Funding Opportunities

The TD Charitable Foundation is sensitive to the fact that our current environment poses unprecedented challenges which may cause organizations and partners to modify their regular activities and/or postpone programs or cancel events. At the same time, we understand that they may decide to temporarily embark upon new work in order to better meet the immediate needs of their clients, communities and/or employees.

To this end, if your organization was recently funded for a program or an event and you now decide there is a more pressing need resulting from the fallout over the COVID-19 crisis and you wish to reallocate the funds please contact your Senior Regional Giving Manager.

For the remainder of 2020, the TDCF plans to suspend its regular application calendar, and will accept applications on a rolling basis, with reviews taking place monthly until our 2020 allocation of funds is exhausted. If you are a long-standing TDCF partner, please contact your Senior Regional Giving Manager if you have any questions.

As you can imagine, we are reviewing a significant amount of requests each day, so please be patient with us. We will respond as soon as we possibly can.

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From Maine to Florida, TD Bank sponsors events, programs, projects, and activities that make a positive local impact. Through TD's corporate citizenship platform, The Ready Commitment, we're investing in opportunities for diverse groups to come together and get involved in their local area to create shared experiences for people from different walks of life, support arts and culture that reflect diverse voices, help people feel a sense of belonging to their local community, elevate the quality of the environment and drive economic well-being.

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The 2019 application cycle for the Housing for Everyone Grant Competition has closed. Applications are no longer being accepted. Please check back here in early September 2020 for more information on the 2020 Housing for Everyone grant competition.

Through its Housing for Everyone grant competition, TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®, awarded 30 affordable housing development organizations from Maine to Florida for a total of $3.75 million.

This year's competition focused on organizations working to refurbish existing housing properties to create affordable rental units. The 30 grants of $125,000 each will fund programs from winning organizations providing safe, clean, physically accessible affordable rental units for families, individuals, the elderly, new Americans, Veterans, the disabled, women and youth.

According to the State of the Nation's 2019 Housing Report by Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies, issues related to affordability for renters emerged as more prevalent than affordability for homeowners. "Across TD Bank's U.S. footprint, renters are more financially burdened by housing costs than homeowners," said Paige Carlson-Heim, Director of TD Charitable Foundation and Office of Charitable and Community Giving. "On average, renters from Maine to Florida are 25-45% more burdened by housing costs than their homeowning counterparts, which is why this year's competition focused on organizations tackling affordable rental housing."

Grants made through TD Charitable Foundation's 14th annual Housing for Everyone program support local non-profits in creating affordable rental housing for individuals and families, ultimately leading to improvements in their ability to plan for the future and participate more fully in educational and economic opportunities. The program, which has awarded more than $28 million in grants since 2006, directly aligns with the bank's commitment to financial security initiatives which seek to increase access to the opportunities people need to help improve their financial wellness, ranging from affordable housing to financial literacy to early learning and income stability.

This year's Housing for Everyone grants winners are:

  • Ability Housing (Jacksonville, FL)
  • Asian Americans for Equality (New York, NY)
  • Avesta Housing (Portland, ME)
  • Bergen County United Way (Paramus, NJ)
  • Camillus House (Miami, FL)
  • Cathedral Square Corporation (South Burlington, VT)
  • Columbus House (New Haven, CT)
  • Community Access Unlimited (Elizabeth, NJ)
  • Community Builders (Boston, MA)
  • Community Loan Fund of New Jersey (New Brunswick, NJ)
  • Family Promise of Gainesville & Rebuilding Together North Central Florida (Gainesville, FL)
  • Homeless Solutions (Cedar Knolls, NJ)
  • Homes of Hope (Greenville, SC)
  • Housing Development Corporation MidAtlantic (Norristown, PA)
  • Housing Up (Washington, DC)
  • Metropolitan Ministries (Tampa, FL)
  • Mission First Housing Group (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Mountain Housing Opportunities (Asheville, NC)
  • Mutual Housing Association of Southwestern CT (Bridgeport, CT)
  • Neighborworks Southern New Hampshire (Manchester, NH)
  • Olneyville Housing Corporation (Providence, RI)
  • Riseboro Community Partnership (Brooklyn, NY)
  • RUPCO, Inc. (Kingston, NY)
  • Saint Joseph's Carpenter Society (Camden, NJ)
  • Saint Matthew's House (Naples, FL)
  • The Neighborhood Developers (Chelsea, MA)
  • Victory Housing (Rockville, MD)
  • Wesley Housing Development Corporation of Northern Virginia (Alexandria, VA)
  • Worcester Common Ground (Worcester, MA)
  • 72 Lewis Avenue Apartments Housing Development Fund Corporation (Brooklyn, NY)

The Housing for Everyone grant competition is aligned with the TD Ready Commitment, the bank's corporate citizenship program to help individuals and communities prosper. As part of the TD Ready Commitment, TD targets CDN $1 billion (US $775 million) in total by 2030 towards community giving in four areas critical to building an inclusive tomorrow − Financial Security, a more Vibrant Planet, Connected Communities and Better Health. For more, visit:

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Non-profit organizations are often the backbone of a community, providing necessary services like job placement, meal delivery and training that wouldn't be available otherwise. Their employees–dedicated to their organization's mission–can spend long hours performing a variety of tasks, sometimes reaching outside of their own professional knowledge and experiences.

Through the Non-Profit Training Resource Fund, eligible community-based organizations can receive grants of up to $1,000 for employees to attend approved training and/or conferences and receive the education they need to help themselves, their organizations and programs be more successful.

TDCF Training Grant Portal

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