Monday, July 19, 2021 | 2-3 PM ET | 1-2 PM CT | 12-1 PM MT | 11 AM-12 PM PT
The Census Equity Initiative Steering Committee, Census Counts Campaign, FCCP’s Funders Census Initiative and United Philanthropy Forum joined together to review and reflect on newly released findings from a comprehensive evaluation of the national funder-stakeholder 2020 Census collaborative.
The Census Equity Initiative will continue the census collaborative that was created in the buildup to the 2020 decennial census.
Today marks one year from the 2020 Census reference date.
The census doesn’t end when the counting stops. 2020 Census work is ongoing and 2030 planning is well underway.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jocelyn Bissonnette, Director, Funders Census Initiative email@example.com
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Center of Social Innovation at UCR, Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation, Native Americans in Philanthropy, The California Endowment
Sky Allen, IE RISE
Jocelyn Bissonnette, Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation
Janeen Comenote, National Urban Indian Family Coalition
Naomi Lett, United Way Association of South Carolina
Margarita Luna, The California Endowment
Karthick Ramakrishnan, Center for Social Innovation, UC Riverside
Erik Stegman, Native Americans in Philanthropy
On August 5, 506 philanthropic leaders, representing nearly every state across the country, issued a letter to the US Department of Commerce with a clear message: Don’t cut the census short.
The Funders Census Initiative, in coordination with Census Counts and the CUNY Mapping Service, hosted a weekly — then bimonthly — briefing for funders and practitioners during the 2020 Census self-response phase.
A timeline for grantmakers interested in supporting a fair and accurate 2020 Census.