Going above the above and beyond the beyond.

It's what makes you Unexpectedly Human.

Connecting with kids on Cape Cod, MA

Meet JT, affectionately known in his community as "Mr. Positivity." When he's not working full time as a nurse's aide, he's reaching out to kids as a motivational speaker, livestreaming Friday night dance parties and keeping spirits up during tough times. See his kindness and generosity in action.

Putting a spin on business as usual in Cliffwood, NJ

As the owner of a turntable manufacturing business, Mat Weisfeld loves sharing his passion for music. When his local hospital was struggling to gather enough PPE, he realized he could share something much bigger. His team shifted production to make hand sanitizer and face shields, saving the day for countless frontline workers. Check out how he made it happen.

Spreading positivity across town in Sayville, NY

When the pandemic brought the folks in her community down, Eileen Tyznar made it her mission to lift them back up. She raised over $25,000 in relief for small businesses, hand delivered PPE kits, coordinated meal donations and treats for frontline workers—and she was just getting started. Watch the video to see how she became a beacon of hope for everyone in Sayville.

Working together for food security in Harlem, NY

Tony Hillery founded Harlem Grown to educate local kids about urban farming and nutrition. But when a shift to remote learning exposed a technology gap in his community, he stepped up to help address that critical need. Outside of his work as a mentor and educator, he joined other local nonprofits to deliver over 13,000 hot meals, feeding Harlem residents living in shelters and keeping restaurant workers employed.

From candle making to making face shields in Milford, NH

Our business Customer, Alene Candles, is well-known in their community—not only for manufacturing candles, but for giving back. When they saw the need for PPE during the pandemic, they quickly shifted production to make more than 50,000 face shields for frontline workers in New Hampshire and beyond. See them in action—and how we said thanks.

Your small business banking specialist—and your biggest fan

We go above and beyond to support the businesses in our communities. We don't just wait for your call—we root for your business through thick and thin, and help you every step of the way. Find out how we can help your small business succeed.

Your new card—on your new schedule

Life can be unpredictable these days, but replacing your lost or damaged debit card just got (way) easier. Just order a new one on the TD Bank app and pick it up curbside the same day. Yep—curbside debit card replacement is now available. Check out how easy it is, then see how it works.*

Giving back means pitching in.

Sometimes it takes more than a big check. It takes a big heart. That's why we donate more than just money, we donate our time—over 83,000 volunteer hours last year alone.

We're locals helping locals.

We love where we live and work. So we show it by getting out, helping out and supporting our communities year-round.

The Ready Commitment

The world is changing. And we’re ready to help. Through initiatives like The Ready Challenge, we aim to improve financial security, create a vibrant planet, connect communities and encourage better health.

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