Tampa Bay nonprofits receive $350,000 in grants from TD to support affordable housing programs

TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, awarded a total of $7 million to 37 nonprofits, across the bank’s Maine to Florida footprint, and in Michigan, through the 18th annual Housing for Everyone grant program.

In Florida, TD granted $1,100,000, with $350,000 of that going to Tampa Bay area charities including Community Action Stops Abuse, in St. Petersburg, ($175,000) and Metropolitan Ministries, in Tampa, ($175,000).

The grants will support independent living for marginalized community members, especially those who experience homelessness and face conditions that make it difficult to maintain a stable home without additional help.

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