Workshops planned to help nonprofits boost Census awareness

Workshops planned to help nonprofits boost Census awareness

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“Connecticut's nonprofits have a special role to play in Census 2020,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of The Alliance, an organization of nonprofit organizations across Connecticut. “Community nonprofits are trusted voices in the communities they serve and have the relationships needed to reach people in every neighborhood and region of our state.”

For every resident not counted, Connecticut officials estimate the state loses an estimated $2,900 to other states. That's money that can be spent on roads, schools, public works and various assistance programs. The 2020 Census begins in March.

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