Be Counted 2020 is a collection of resources to ensure a complete and accurate Census count in Allegheny County.
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Jefferson Regional Foundation created a toolkit to use for their local efforts to ensure an accurate count in the 2020 Census.
Thank you for your GWP membership in 2019!
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2019 was an active year for GWP programming. Among our nearly 100 program offerings were:
NALEO Educational Fund has created Spanish language census tools and resources.
The Administrative Learning Network convened on September 4, 2019 for a roundtable discussion. Topics discussed were Board book preparation and meeting minutes tips, tricks and best practices. Please find resources from this session below.
Resource article for Administrative Learning Network
"Small Can Be Effective" by Paul N. Ylvisaker, resource for Family Foundation Learning Network
The Early Childhood Funders Collaborative has compiled resources for funders to help ensure all children are counted in 2020.
Census Fact Sheets and additional Census resources shared by the Funder Census Initiative.
Resources from 6-5-19 Administrative Learning Network Session: Secret Tech Weapons with Beth Z.