Established in 2004

The Nashville’s Agenda Fund supports the work of the Action on Nashville’s Agenda Steering Committee. The Agenda is a set of 21 ambitious goals for Nashville’s future, created in 1993 in a citywide, goal-setting process that involved thousands of Nashvillians. The Steering Committee is an ongoing leadership initiative to facilitate community progress toward the 21 goals — ranging from education, housing and race relations to transportation, economic development and tourism. Over the past decade, the Agenda project has led to the establishment of the Nashville Housing Fund, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the Davidson Group, and other important community initiatives.