Riverdale Park, MD: The TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, recently awarded the Global Health and Education Projects, Inc. (GHEP), the global non-profit organization based in Prince George’s County, Maryland, a 2014 Non-Profit Training Resource grant.
“The Foundation believes that organizations such as GHEP play a significant role in encouraging growth and progress in the community,” said Elizabeth Warn, President, TD Charitable Foundation. “The foundation is pleased to support GHEP’s community based efforts.”
The TD Charitable Foundation has a long history of supporting non-profit organizations and their important work. Since the inception of the non-profit training resource fund, the foundation has contributed over $123 million in grant funding to not-for-profit organizations in communities from Maine to Florida.
Receiving the award, Dr. Romuladus E. Azuine, Executive Director, GHEP, said that with the award, TD Charitable Foundation has demonstrated its commitment to excellence and quality of work of non-profit organizations such as GHEP through training and professional development of their staff.
“By making this grant award to our organization, TD Charitable Foundation is making a statement about its commitment to improving the lot of the poor and underserved in the local communities that we serve,” said Dr. Azuine.
“We are confident that the knowledge acquired from the funded training program will not only benefit us, but enrich other non-profit organizations and ultimately enhance our services to the communities and populations that we set out to serve through knowledge dissemination and technology,” said Dr. Azuine.
Dr. Azuine remarked that GHEP is not only excited about this award, but also humbled by TD Charitable Foundation’s recognition that local non-profit organizations need support in order to address the myriads of problems facing the low-income and indigent populations in communities they work.
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