Funders Census Initiative 2020 created this document on key dates regarding planning and implementation of the 2020 census.
Use these sample letters from Philanthropy Ohio to draft letters to your members of Congress in support of the 2020 Census.
From the National League of CIties, this action guide provides local leaders with objective information about and resources to prepare for the upcoming 2020 Census.
A national hub on the undercount of young children. The Count All Kids Committee is a group of national, state and local children’s organizations and allies that have joined together to ensure our nation’s children are counted in the 2020 Census.
This toolkit from the Funders Census Initiative (a working group of Funders' Committee for Civic Participation) provides helpful information, resources, and guidance for grantmakers who want to help ensure a fair and accurate census and explains why an accurate count is particularly critical for the communities you serve.
A Municipal Complete Count Committee is a mutually beneficial partnership – at the highest level—within each city. The mayor often appoints members of the Complete Count Committee (CCC). Committees consist of influential community leaders who are charged with developing a census awareness campaign.
Guide for delegation captains at Foundations on the Hill with helpful tips for scheduling meetings, preparing for meetings, conducting meetings, and more.
This report highlights key areas of progress for the Forum’s PolicyWorks initiative during its first nine years, based on the responses of 32 regional PSOs. It documents some dramatic gains in regional PSOs’ capacity to engage in government relations, advocacy and public policy work, and the critical role that the Forum has played in directly supporting this growth.
More than 33 PSO organizations signed onto a letter opposing the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
National Philanthropic Trust's 2018 Donor-Advised Fund Report examines 2013 through 2017 fiscal year data from 1,002 charities. For the eighth consecutive year, there was growth in all key metrics—number of individual donor-advised funds, total grant dollars from them, total contributions to them and total charitable assets in them.