November 13, 2018 All Day
Southface Energy Institute
Providing safe, convenient, attractive and affordable options that connect people to places they want to go is complex work that intersects with many priorities, including climate, equity, health, housing and economic development. A group of funders active in this area will discuss shared strategies and the value of a funder learning community. Participants will explore possible collaborations and plan next steps. This will be a dynamic interactive session with actionable outcomes. Learn more and register.
Sponsored by the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities (TFN) in partnership with: Mary Skelton Roberts, Barr Foundation; Neelima Shah, Bullitt Foundation; John Mitterholzer, The George Gund Foundation; Elizabeth Love, Houston Endowment; Darryl Young, The Summit Foundation; and David Bragdon, TransitCenter