Officials push for complete Census count

Officials push for complete Census count

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“In Delaware, it’s estimated that the undercount of populations in the 2010 census equated to roughly about $10M of federal funding that did not come into the state, funding that supports our education system, funding that supports seniors, funding that helps children learn to speak English, food programs… and so securing a complete count for census 2020 to ensure that our residents are recognized is an important source of funding to help our communities help those most in need,” said Ms. Bravo, who also leads the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement.

She suggested three actions to take as a community to help Delaware be successful during the census 2020 process.
“The first is to raise awareness as to why it matters,” she began. “The second is to encourage people to participate and the third is to facilitate an easy way for people to participate.”

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