Please join funder and community development colleagues for a webinar that will explore how the $12 billion Neighborhood Capital Investment program created through the last stimulus can be leveraged by community development financing institutions, green banks, and foundations to help advance local sustainability and climate goals.

The Jan. 28 webinar, Planning for Greening Community Development Stimulus Funding, is co-sponsored by TFN as well as  the Climate and Energy Funders Group, Coalition for Green Capital, Environmental Grantmakers Association, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Inclusiv, and the New York Community Trust.

Amir Kirkwood from the Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) will present on overview of this program, which focuses explicitly on low-income communities and communities of color. This presentation will be followed by a panel discussion of how these significant federal resources could help communities across the nation weather the continuing pandemic and finance a green recovery in its aftermath.

Arturo Garcia-CostasThe New York Community Trust

Marilyn WaiteWilliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Amir KirkwoodThe Opportunity Finance Network
Frank AltmanCommunity Reinvestment Fund, USA
Duanne AndradeFlorida Solar & Energy Loan Fund

The panel discussion will be followed by Q&A. RSVP here to reserve your spot. Please note that this webinar is also open to non-funder partners of the Coalition for Green Capital and Inclusiv networks.