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• Jan 30, 2024

CHERRY HILL, N.J., Jan. 30, 2024 — The TD Community Development Corporation (TDCDC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of TD Bank, N.A., today announced that it received a $65 million New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) allocation from the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund to support projects in low-income communities.

With this allocation, TDCDC is seeking to invest in commercial and industrial and community revitalization projects throughout TD's Maine to Florida footprint in areas of high distress. The NMTC program supports community development and economic growth through tax credits that attract private investments. TDCDC's deployment strategy will create and retain both quality and accessible jobs while helping community facilities expand educational, health, arts/cultural and social services to those who need it most.

"TD's purpose is to enrich the lives of our customers, community members and colleagues, which guides our investments in projects that encourage growth in economically distressed markets," said Michael Cooper, President, TD Community Development Corporation. "Over the last decade, TD has been awarded $450 million in NMTC allocations and provided more than $500 million in project financing, and we look forward to expanding our role in the revitalization of urban and rural neighborhoods across our footprint."

The U.S. Treasury’s CDFI Fund awarded 102 Community Development Entities (CDEs) a total of $5 billion in New Markets Tax Credits. Since 2003, the federal program has generated $127 billion of investments in distressed communities; created or retained more than 1 million jobs; financed more than 7,900 businesses and community facilities; and constructed or rehabilitated nearly 239 million square feet of commercial real estate.

For more information on working with the TD Community Development Corporation, contact Michael Cooper at or Will Richter at

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