census 2020

Census Notices Going Out — RI Foundation $upports The Count

Look, there’s even a Tagalog hotline. There’s no excuse for not participating. And thanks to the Rhode Island Foundation — this time for awarding $300,000 in grants to community groups for outreach aimed at getting people counted in the 2020 Census — we will hopefully secure our second Congressional seat and the roughly $3.8 billion […]

Census Notices Going Out — RI Foundation $upports The Count Read More »

Census Panel — Live-Stream Saturday

[Update from Common Cause: “We are changing our census event to an online live-stream event only! As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) spreads we are increasingly worried about the safety of our staff and community, therefore we have decided to live-stream our ‘Who’s Counting Anyway?: Understanding the Census.’”] They will live-stream from 10:30am to noon this Saturday on

Census Panel — Live-Stream Saturday Read More »

RI Foundation Announces Census Grants — More Available

The RI Foundation is awarding nearly $300,000 in grants for Census 2020 outreach to undercounted populations. AND they are still taking applications for at least another $125,000 with an information session scheduled for January 14th. (Application deadline January 31st.) The goal is to protect the roughly $3.8 billion a year that Rhode Island receives in

RI Foundation Announces Census Grants — More Available Read More »

Outreach Grants For Census Participation

An undercount in the upcoming census could have serious ramifications: we could lose a congressional seat and we could lose out on federal funding. The Rhode Island Foundation is offering local organizations grants of up to $25,000 for programs that will encourage people to participate in the 2020 Census. Libraries, churches, nonprofits and community groups

Outreach Grants For Census Participation Read More »

Providence Daily Dose