Recognizing cultural diversity

From the people we love to the languages we speak, there are so many aspects to who we are. Creating a space for all of us means recognizing the humanity in each of us. Because all of us are different—and all of us belong.

Doing more & doing better

We're on a journey to learn more, listen more and do more.

Read this message from our CEO about the impacts of anti-Asian hate—and join us in standing against all forms of racism and intolerance.

Listening to all stories—and writing new ones, together

Our world is made of all kinds of people, no two of us the same. And while each of us is an original, we all have things in common, too. See the beautiful ways our stories come together.

  • Through the power of mentorship, LGBTQ2+ refugees can find opportunities to start anew with purpose and pride. Our colleague Aram Hassanlee, who fled Iran at age 30, knows this firsthand. Now he mentors LGBTQ2+ asylum seekers through our pilot program with the Tent Partnership for Refugees.

  • Whether it's a hurricane across the Mid-Atlantic states, an earthquake in Haiti or welcoming refugees from Afghanistan, it's important that everyone helps out in times of need. Read how TD shows up for communities in our footprint and beyond.

  • Colleague Jay Muthukamatchi can't stop thinking of new ways to help people. Read how he founded Charity Crossing to combat poverty, heal the planet and connect communities around the globe.

  • Natalie A. Lawrence defines bravery in everything she does. The Veteran, survivor and daughter of American Samoan parents opens up about her past traumatic experiences so others don't have to go it alone.

  • To help renters get through COVID-19, we awarded $4.9 million to organizations like the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation and the Jewish Family & Community Services.

  • From Clinica Esperanza, which serves a Spanish-speaking area of Rhode Island, to Penquis, which serves rural and Indigenous communities in Maine, our 2020 Ready Challenge winners are going all out to support pandemic recovery.

  • Salon owner Lorena Torres works tirelessly to build up her business—so she's grateful for the support of the LEDC. Learn how Torres opens doors for Latinx small businesses.

  • Lockdown complicated life for everyone—but few were hit harder by the need to stay put than people fleeing home. Read how colleague John Tucker went above and beyond to help Refugees International fight for displaced communities.

  • Whether she's volunteering at the Sugar Cane Festival, mentoring Philly kids or supporting colleagues at TD, Lilibeth Ramirez thanks Puerto Rican culture for teaching her the value of giving back.

Creating a space to thrive

We put our all into supporting our colleagues' careers—and it shows.

Support in the workplace and beyond