By TFN Staff  

Anyone who slogs through an endless commute, worries about how their kids can get safely to school or struggles to find reliable transportation will agree: We need to do a better job of connecting people to where they need to be and want to go.

Providing safe, convenient, attractive and affordable options is complex work that intersects many priorities: climate, equity, health, housing and economic development, to name just a handful.

If you’re interested in learning more about strategies and collaborations, join us in Atlanta on Nov. 13 for TFN’s Funder Roundtable: Sustainable Mobility and Equitable Access.

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. We welcome interested funders.

For more information, please contact Martha Roskowski at or Ann Fowler Wallace at

The meeting takes place from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at Southface Energy Institute, followed by a reception and dinner with TFN’s GREEN working group. The GREEN working group will be holding its annual meeting at Southface Energy Insititute Nov. 14-15. Click here for more information.

This Funder Roundtable is sponsored by 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

David Bragdon, TransitCenter