GFF Grantee Mile High Connects highlighted in the Stanford Social Innovation Review

The article traces the history of MHC, beginning with the nonprofit and funder partners who came together to address issues and opportunities for equity and access that emerged with the $7.4 billion transit infrastructure expansion approved in metro Denver in 2004. The article emphasizes the importance of building transit systems that connect low-income communities and communities of color with affordable housing, healthy environments, high-quality education, and well-paying jobs.  Read the full article here.