How will the 2020 Census impact future philanthropic investments and the work of the social service organizations you support? Join The Census Project Co-Directors and key subject matter experts to gain insights about the funding and integrity of the current Census. We will facilitate a discussion to help you gain an understanding of how you can help ensure that the Census provides the most accurate count possible. Please register for this event at this link.
Howard Fienberg, Codirector, The Census Project
Mary Jo Hoeksema, Codirector, The Census Project
Christopher Kingsley, Senior Associate, Annie E. Casey Foundation
Kenneth Prewitt, Carnegie Professor of Public Affairs, Columbia University - Former Census Bureau Director
This is a national program open to the MPC Network through The Census Project. The Census Project is a broad-based coalition of national, state, and local organizations that support an inclusive and accurate 2020 Census and American Community Survey (ACS) (the modern version of the census “long form”). Its member organizations, representing the private, public, non-profit, and academic sectors, rely on objective data that the Census Bureau produces to inform evidence-based investment, policy and planning decisions.