Humans with heart

To our customers, neighbors and friends—thank you for bringing out the best in us.

Going the extra mile for (and with) each other

We're inspired by the incredible work you do for the community every day. Whether running a household, running a business or helping a neighbor in need, coming together to make a difference is never a question. Now, we're saying thanks—and giving back to those who give so much.

#TDThanksYou for all you do. We can't say it enough.

Meet the people making an impact

It takes courage and compassion to show up, pitch in and keep our communities together. See how we said #TDThanksYou to some inspiring people who are doing exactly that.

  • Serving up good eats—and great opportunities—in Beach Haven, NJ

    After working as an educator and coach, Sue saw how rare job opportunities were for young adults with diverse abilities after high school. Now she's creating more than just jobs at Compassion Café by teaching essential life skills and giving everyone a true sense of purpose.

  • Teaching the next generation of filmmakers in Miami, FL

    Lerue is on a mission to empower youth through storytelling. See how he's inspiring tomorrow's screenwriters, editors and directors—you just might catch a glimpse of a future Hollywood star.

  • Elaine strives to build leaders through Girls at Work with several hands-on programs. By teaching them how to use power tools and learn the trades, she helps girls become confident and capable leaders.

  • Even while working at TD full time, Xiomara somehow still finds ways to give back. Between helping underprivileged youth, supporting minority-owned businesses and advocating for women in leadership, she's a tireless advocate for her community—and we're proud to call her one of our own.

  • As part of the Newberry County Literacy Council, Barbara goes above and beyond to offer more than just financial literacy. She connects the community through parental support, food security and transportation programs—and much, much more.

  • Matt's all about the arts—and all about inspiring change. That's why he joined HarborArts Boston, an initiative using artistic expression to create public murals that spark conversations about climate change, food insecurity and environmental injustice.

  • What started as an effort to help her son find a job turned into a mission. Lily started The de Moya Foundation to help connect local businesses to young adults with unique abilities, helping them get employed and active in the community.

Get to know the people behind the business

We're more than your small business banking specialist—and we're rooting for you every step of the way.

  • Innovator Braxton Fleming founded Stealth Bros & Co. to solve a daily challenge faced by many in the trans community. Learn how we're teaming up with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce to help entrepreneurs like Braxton achieve their full potential.

  • Lifting spirits in Harlem, NY

    Charles Hughes and Richard Solomon founded Lambda Vodka to create a spirit for the LGBTQ2+ community. See how they unbottled their vision for LGBTQ2+ acceptance, then took it one step further.

  • Making sure the show goes on in Hartford, CT

    In the performing arts, the star of every show is the audience. So when gatherings were halted during COVID-19, the whole industry took a hit. See how Rob Ruggiero kept the curtain from coming down on TheaterWorks.

  • As healthcare workers faced the pandemic head-on, Misha Kuryla stepped up the best way she knew how—by baking cupcakes. See how she went above and beyond by working overtime to keep her small business running while making donations and cupcakes for local hospitals.

See how else we're supporting our communities