TD is working to make a lasting difference in the communities where we live and work.
2015 CorporateResponsibility Report
Strong, positive customer relationships are at the heart of TD’s business.
Community Snapshot 2015 – Canada
Helping Aboriginal youth with literacy skills and lifelong learning through summer camps.
Video:Bridging the Gap – Aboriginal Literacy Camps
Caring for our forests and using paper responsibly is what TD Forests is all about.
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2016 Public Accountability Statement pdf
TD’s approach to Corporate Responsibility is built on four key themes:
When it comes to our branches and stores, TD’s primary goal is to deliver exceptional customer service and convenience.
Engaged. Included. That’s how we want TD employees to feel about working here.
A healthy economy depends upon a healthy environment. We’re working to make TD as green as our logo.
We want to see communities thrive. TD supports over 5,000 community organizations to help make a lasting impact.
A Fresh Start
Bridging the Gap – Aboriginal Literacy Camps
Helping East Vancouver Thrive
After the Storm
Money Matters Changed My Life
What is natural capital and why is it important?
What do you think is the key to meeting our environmental challenges?
Taking it Outside
Taking Classrooms Outdoors
TD’s response to the High River flood
Making a Neighborhood
Being Myself at Work
There’s Something About Trees
Appendix: ESG Performance Data
2015 Community Snapshot – Canada
2015 Community Snapshot – U.S.
TD and the Aboriginal Communitiesin Canada
2015 Public Accountability Statement
April 25, 2016
TD was named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for the seventh consecutive year (Mediacorp)
Jan 21, 2016
TD Bank ranked top North American bank in the 2016 Global 100 most sustainable corporations in the world index
November 6, 2015
TD Bank Group recognized for transparency on climate change by CDP