“At TD, we know that by advocating for and investing in diversity, equity and inclusion, not only are we creating a safe and inclusive workplace for our colleagues, but we’re nurturing the industry’s greatest minds and talent so they continue delivering incomparable experiences for our customers and the communities we serve. Our diversity of thought, identities, cultures – to name a few – is what makes TD Bank ‘Unexpectedly Human’ and enables us to be more innovative, agile and attentive to the needs of our teams and our customers.”
“At TD, diversity and inclusion are integral to our culture and who we are. We embed diversity and inclusion directly into our business strategy and purpose, to enrich the lives of our customers, colleagues and communities.”
From The Company
TD’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is critical to our success. Our mission is to cultivate a service-oriented, barrier-free culture that attracts, invests in and promotes all talent, reflecting the diverse communities we serve. To support this, we developed the U.S. Diversity Sourcing Team, which identifies a pipeline of diverse talent. We also developed resources on allyship, inclusive leadership, microaggressions and unconscious bias, including the 50 Ways to Fight Bias course created by the Lean In organization.
In 2022 we engaged thousands of colleagues through D&I initiatives, educating and celebrating at the Veterans Summit, Disabilities Summit, Juneteenth celebrations, Women at TD Town Hall and more. Through programming, we help colleagues learn to foster inclusion and generate deeper conversations while highlighting shared experiences. Additionally, to ensure colleagues are properly represented, we launched a Self-ID campaign that included a new selection for LGBTQ+ colleagues, with a 98.7% participation rate.
To continue our commitment to combat racial inequities and provide opportunity in underserved communities, TD established a $100 million equity fund supporting minority-owned small businesses. The TD Charitable Foundation in the U.S. awarded $5.8 million through the Housing for Everyone grant program to 33 nonprofits to help affordable housing providers deliver critical services.