Be Californian. Be Counted. What’s at stake in CA?. California could lose an existing Congressional seat $435 Billion in Federal Funding is allocated each year $4.35 Trillion over the next decade Federal Funding (distribution based on Census statistics)
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Mission: Ensure that Californians get their fair share of federal resources and Congressional representation by encouraging the full participation of all Californians in Census 2010.
“Experts are convinced that the California outreach effort made the difference.”
“While the Census Bureau encouraged participation nationwide, the state’s Campaign was better targeted to California’s diverse communities, including those in the past where the participation effort was not as successful.”
(LA Times, May 23, 2000 “State Census Strategy was on the Money”)
from Regional Convenings
US Census Bureau QACs
SF Foundation grantee QACs & Targeted Outreach
CA Community Foundation QACs & Targeted Outreach
SVCF QACs and Outreach partners
GCIR foundation grantee QAC & Targeted Outreach
NALEO partnership – Assistance Centers
La Cooperativa QAC & Targeted Outreach
CRLA Trainings and Outreach
THIS IS for ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.
Not ALL of THESE Organizations HAVE COMMITTED FUNDS for QAC or Outreach.
User friendly web-based tool www.healthycityca.org
Demographic Research Unit
California Department of Finance