TD Ready Challenge

How the TD Ready Challenge works

We ask applicants to present their unique approach to addressing a problem and serving their community. This year we’re looking for innovative solutions in K-12 math and reading to help underserved students affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Be sure to review the eligibility requirements, the application process and common questions.

Meet the 2020 TD Ready Challenge U.S. winners

Urban League of Broward County, Inc.

LYNX: Service Integration Model for Family Resiliency
Serving: Broward County, Florida

This integrated service and coaching model presents a path towards social and economic resilience for families in underserved communities leveraging artificial intelligence, data science and strategic partnerships.

Per Scholas, Inc.

Per Scholas Alumni Upskilling Initiative
Serving: Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Newark, NJ; New York City, NY; Philadelphia, PA and Washington, DC

Through this initiative, the organization will provide enhanced, tuition-free tech training opportunities and career development services for alumni negatively impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations

Save Your Biz Philly Program
Serving: Philadelphia, PA

This program aims to help minority small businesses owners and small businesses on commercial corridors serving minority populations that have debts due to the COVID-19 crisis save their businesses and retain or re-hire employees.

Clinica Esperanza (Hope Clinic)

Responding to the COVID-19 health and economic crisis in a low-income area
Serving: Providence, RI

This program plans to expand the free clinic services and address the unmet healthcare needs of newly unemployed and uninsured patients needing care as a result of COVID-19.

Port Discovery Children's Museum

Supporting Baltimore's Children: A COVID-19 Response Project
Serving: Baltimore, MD

In response to disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this project aims to harness the power of playful learning to support children.

Penquis C.A.P. Inc.

The Rural Maine Financial Coaching Collaborative
Serving: Eastern, Central, Mid-Coast, and DownEast Maine, including three Native American Reservations, Penobscot and Passamaquoddy Tribes

This collaboration will provide financial coaching through 10+ social services agencies and support over 30+ case managers in helping hundreds of low-income clients to weather financial difficulties, prioritize bills and budgeting, and to develop and negotiate payment plans.

Additional funding opportunities

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