KEY 2020 CENSUS MILESTONES: Preparing to Invest in a Fair and Accurate CountThis event is only for grantmakers.
11/16/2017 – 11/16/2017
3:00 am – 4:00 am ET
Funders Committee For Civic Participation (FCCP)
Funders for LGBTQ Issues is pleased to co-sponsor this webinar with the Funders Committee For Civic Participation (FCCP) to share more about important milestones before and during the 2020 Census, and ways your foundation can support “Get Out the Count” activities, including participation in state and local Complete Count Committees.
Join us to learn more about important milestones before and during the 2020 Census, and ways your foundation can support “Get Out the Count” activities, including participation in state and local Complete Count Committees.
Funders will learn about:
- Important decision-making points as the Census Bureau finalizes the 2020 census operational plan.
- Key milestones in census preparations and implementation, including when the standards of collection of race and ethnicity data will be released, when local offices will open, and when address canvassing will begin.
- What is already happening on the ground to ensure a fair and accurate census and how that informs your grantmaking timeline
- How philanthropy can play a key role as a census partner and catalyst of statewide get-out-the-count activities
- Effective ways philanthropy can influence the formation of effective and representative complete count committees at the state and local levels
Moderated by Xiomara Corpeno, Groundswell Fund
Steve Choi, New York Immigration Coalition
Terri Ann Lowenthal, Consultant to FCCP Funders Census Initiative
Melina Sanchez, The James Irvine Foundation
Bob Tracy, Minnesota Council of Foundation
Co-sponsored by Environmental Grantmakers Association, Funders Concerned About AIDS, Funders for LGBTQ Issues, Funders Together to End Homelessness, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, Grantmaker Income Security Taskforce, Grantmakers in Health, PEAK Grantmaking, Philanthropy California, Philanthropy Northwest, United Philanthropy Forum