2020 Census Grantees

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
African American Community Services Agency Santa Clara To support the 2020 census education and outreach efforts which will reach 3,000 low-income African American and Latino children, families, and seniors, many of whom are immigrants, as well as homeless individuals, in Santa Clara County.  $25,000
Arab Resource and Organizing Center (Fiscal sponsor: Tides Center) Alameda, San Francisco To support low-income and immigrant Arab families by integrating census activities into current programming, including legal services, case management, community outreach, and education events.  $30,000
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law Caucus Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma To support Bay Area Community Based Organizations (CBOs) conducting census outreach in Hard-to-Count communities, by providing legal, policy, and technical expertise regarding all census activities.  $40,000
Asian Americans for Community Involvement of Santa Clara Santa Clara To support education and outreach to increase the participation of low-income, immigrant, refugee, and Asian Pacific Islander populations in the 2020 Census.  $35,000
Bayanihan Equity Center San Francisco, San Mateo To support the Bayanihan Equity Center's efforts to reach, educate, and increase the participation of the Hard-to-Count Filipino residents in San Francisco and San Mateo counties in the upcoming 2020 census.  $20,000
Building Skills Partnership Santa Clara To support census participation, Building Skills Partnership (BSP) will partner with SEIU-USWW to conduct door-to-door canvassing in hard-to-reach census communities across Santa Clara County, carry out community-based education at BSP worksites, and execute targeted marketing efforts.  $20,000
Catholic Charities Cyo Of The Archdiocese Of San Francisco Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo To support an accurate 2020 census of hard-to-count populations in San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin counties using existing infrastructure of Catholic Charities services that will directly impact approximately 5,000 individuals by delivering census outreach, education and access to technology.  $20,000
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa Sonoma, Napa To support a fair and accurate 2020 Census count, which is linked to the region's fair share of public funding, Catholic Charities Santa Rosa proposes to conduct a strategic outreach and education plan targeting the area's most hard to count groups in Sonoma and Napa Counties.  $25,000
Center for Training and Careers, Inc. Santa Clara To support underserved communities, ConXion to the Community will provide residents with a safe, trusting place to ask questions about the census and complete the questionnaire without fear.  $25,000
Children's Network of Solano County Solano To engage Solano County's local network of organizations providing child care, early education, and others services for families and children in collaborative efforts to ensure census participation of hard-to-count populations, with a focus on children 0-5 years old.  $40,000
Chinatown Community Development Center Inc. San Francisco To support comprehensive outreach to Asian immigrants to engage participation in the 2020 Census.  $30,000
Chinese for Affirmative Action San Francisco To support CAA’s policy and budget advocacy in San Francisco and at the state level to advance a comprehensive 2020 Census language access plan ensuring a complete count of limited English proficient immigrants, and to support CAA’s leadership development that engages LEP immigrants in these efforts.  $40,000
Chinese Progressive Association San Francisco To support census outreach and education efforts to ensure that San Francisco's hard-to-count Chinese immigrant communities are engaged and counted in the 2020 census.  $30,000
Community Action Marin Marin To support unprecedented equitable representation in the 2020 Census among hard-to-count populations in Marin County through robust coordinated outreach and a collective impact approach driven by a core coalition of eight partnering agencies and undergirded by values of dignity and respect for all.  $40,000
Community Clinic Consortium Contra Costa, Solano To support education and outreach activities that promote an accurate and fair 2020 census count with a focus on hard-to-count communities served by the Community Clinic Consortium’s five-member health centers and the 130,000 patients they annually serve in Solano and Contra Costa Counties.  $30,000
Community Health Partnership of Santa Clara County San Mateo, Santa Clara To support effective engagement in 2020 Census efforts, CHP will provide staff dedicated to community organizing, education and outreach for patients and clients receiving services at community clinic locations throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.  $20,000
Council On American-Islamic Relations California Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma To support the education of Muslims and intersecting marginalized communities about the 2020 Census, address their concerns, and mobilize them to complete  2020 Census materials.  $20,000
Day Worker Center of Mountain View San Mateo, Santa Clara To support the United States census by reaching out to people of color, immigrants, low-income communities, and children, in order to facilitate a fair and accurate census count.   $20,000
Dolores Street Community Services, Inc. San Francisco, San Mateo To support hard-to-count immigrant Latino residents of San Francisco, particularly those who work in the city’s informal economies, to participate in the 2020 census by dispelling fears and misinformation and offering resources and direct support in completion of the census.  $30,000
Downtown Streets Inc. Alameda To support 2020 Census education and outreach efforts in hard-to-count communities in Hayward.  $15,000
El Concilio of San Mateo County Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara To support El Concilio of San Mateo County’s (ECSMC) goal to reach hard-to-count people of color, immigrants, low-income families, and other populations for the 2020 Census through ECSMC’s established outreach outlets and ongoing programs.  $20,000
Eritrean Community Center of Santa Clara County Alameda, Santa Clara To support the Eritrean Community Center's (ECC) hard-to-count assistance project.  $10,000
Ethiopian Community Services, Inc. Santa Clara To support efforts to ensure the inclusion of Ethiopian immigrants and people of Ethiopian origin living in the Santa Clara County and in the SF Bay Area at large in the 2020 Census.  $10,000
Faith In Action Bay Area San Francisco, San Mateo To support an accurate, inclusive 2020 Census, FIABA will ensure that Latino, Spanish-speaking populations in San Mateo Co. and SF are aware of the importance of being fully counted, receive support throughout the process, and coorfdinate a team of community partners advocating for 2020 Census participation.  $40,000
Gardner Family Health Network, Inc. San Mateo, Santa Clara To support outreach, education and to provide direct assistance to our 46,231+ patients and clients representing the highest concentration of hard-to-count communities in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties including the undocumented, low income, homeless and persons living in low-visibility housing.  $50,000
Golden State Opportunity Foundation Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma To support GSO in leveraging its proven innovative outreach model to help reach Hard-to-Count populations in the Bay Area and obtain an accurate 2020 census count; thereby ensuring that the local community has access to the appropriate level of services and public benefits for years to come.  $20,000
Immigrant Legal Resource Center Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma To support outreach and education among hard-to-count immigrant communities, alleviating concerns around participation, and encouraging participation by highlighting its benefits to immigrants, and thus increasing the accuracy of the 2020 Census .  $25,000
Interfaith Movement For Human Integrity Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo To work with 15 immigrant churches to educate their congregations, train faith leaders to answer questions and dispel rumors, and host community census events where people can fill out forms online, receive support, and get incentives for completion.  $20,000
International Children's Assistance Network Inc. Santa Clara To support the complete count of the hard-to-count Vietnamese community living in Santa Clara County through culturally competent outreach and education efforts to overcome cultural and historical fear, concerns and stigma to respond to 2020 Census .  $50,000
International Rescue Committee Inc San Mateo, Santa Clara To support census outreach to newcomer residents in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties, particularly vulnerable populations who have fled persecution and trafficking; including refugees, asylees, victims of trafficking, and special immigrant visa holders.  $20,000
Jakara Movement Alameda, Santa Clara To support census participation in the Bay Area's Punjabi-speaking communities in Santa Clara County and Alameda County, one of the most difficult to count populations in the region.  $30,000
Jewish Family Service Of Silicon Valley Santa Clara To support outreach, education, and training for approximately 600 low income and hard-to-reach refugees and asylees, seniors (including holocaust survivors and limited-English speakers) and families with young children living in Santa Clara County, ensuring they are counted in the 2020 Census.  $18,500
Korean American Community Services, Inc. Alameda, Santa Clara To support KACF's strategy and approach to 2020 Census, this project focuses on outreach to the Korean American community, one of the hardest to count populations in Santa Clara County as well as supports their civic engagement.  $30,000
La Luz Center Sonoma To support participation of all Sonoma Valley residents in the 2020 census, La Luz Center will launch Sonoma Valley Counts/¡Cuenta!, a 4-phase initiative involving (1) community-wide planning; (2) education; (3) outreach; and (4) targeted follow-up with hard-to-count community members.  $40,000
Latinos United for a New America Santa Clara To support an accurate census count in eleven hard-to-count census tracts in three block-groups in East Side San Jose, this project will tap community organizing networks built over the past five years in those tracts by Latinos United for a New America.  $20,000
Legal Aid Society Of San Mateo Co San Mateo To support an accurate count of low-income immigrants, seniors, families with children, renters, homeless individuals and families, and people with disabilities, LASSMC will provide census outreach/education through its various programs with a focus on reaching immigrants through the LIBRE project.  $50,000
LifeMoves San Mateo, Santa Clara To support the 2020 Census outreach to homeless individuals and families, LifeMoves will create custom bags with the 2020 Census logo followed by the LifeMoves logo and an information block that will include LifeMoves telephone numbers and locations in addition to services offered relating to 2020 Census.  $10,000
Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma To support the 2020 Census, LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired will conduct outreach, education and assistance to Bay Area residents who are blind or have low vision, increasing awareness and engagement in the census process and ensuring blind people are accurately counted.  $12,381
Marin Interfaith Council, Inc. Marin To support a collaborative effort with faith community partners, the public sector, and nonprofits to reach and educate Marin County residents about the census with a particular focus on counting hard-to-count populations.  $25,000
Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club, Inc. San Francisco, San Mateo To encourage census participation and strengthen MPBGC's youth leadership programs in the hard-to-count communities of North San Mateo County.  $30,000
Mission Economic Development Agency San Francisco To support outreach and education for low-income Latino and immigrant citizens and non-citizens in the Mission District and surrounding neighborhoods of San Francisco to complete the 2020 census.  $30,000
Multicultural Institute Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo To support The Multicultural Institute (MI) in its efforts to inform, encourage and prepare day laborers and other Latino immigrants residing in the Alameda, Contra Costa and San Mateo Counties, to participate in the 2020 Census.  $20,000
National Coalition of 100 Black Women Silicon Valley Chapter San Mateo, Santa Clara To support the effort to ensure a fair, accurate and complete census count.  $  4,000
Network on Women in Prison Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano To support the changing narrative found within formerly incarcerated communities around “being counted” and to encourage participation in the 2020 Census to ensure full representation by government.  $30,000
Nuestra Casa De East Palo Alto San Mateo To support 2020 Census outreach and education efforts in the Hard-To-Count (HTC) tracts in East Palo Alto, East Menlo Park, North Fair Oaks and Redwood City.  $50,000
One East Palo Alto San Mateo To support the 2020 Census: Everyone Counts! (EC) initiative, One East Palo Alto and its partners will mount an intensive outreach and education campaign to decrease fear in hard-to-count communities of East Palo Alto and Belle Haven/eastern Menlo Park to ensure a fair and accurate census count.  $50,000
Pars Equality Center Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara To support under-served Farsi/Dari-speaking Iranian, Afghani, Assyrian, Armenian & other Middle Eastern refugees, asylees & immigrants in the Greater Bay Area, including minority religious sects (Zoroastrians, Baha’is, Muslims, Assyrian/Armenian Christians) to fully participate in Census 2020.      $20,000
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center San Francisco, San Mateo To support a complete count of the Pacific Islander community in the County of San Mateo.  $40,000
Peninsula Family Service San Mateo, Santa Clara To support census education and training efforts among the 12,000 participants in our early learning, financial empowerment, and older adult programs through training of case managers and family engagement staff, parent education, community outreach, and support to help complete the questionnaire.  $46,794
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Inc. Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara To support 2020 census outreach and access for hard-to-count populations in Planned Parenthood Mar Monte’s (PPMM) health centers and communities in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.  $20,000
Planned Parenthood Shasta Diablo Inc. Contra Costa, Napa, San Francisco, Solano To support efforts to reach the hard-to-count population in Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Solano counties, Planned Parenthood Northern California (PPNorCal) will identify, educate, and persuade hard-to-count individuals to participate in the 2020 Census.  $20,000
Portuguese Organization for Social Services and Opportunities Santa Clara To support a complete census count of hard-to-count populations, including persons who are immigrants and undocumented, non-fluent English speakers, low-income,  and elderly through a program of  bilingual outreach/education, collaboration with ethnic community organizations and 1:1 assistance.  $20,000
Priority Africa Network (Fiscal Sponsor: Black Alliance for Just Immigration) Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Sonoma To support Priority Africa Network’s (PAN) program of African Community Forum, involving enhanced outreach of targeted groups in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area in collaboration with 40 associations and organizations.  $25,000
Puente De La Costa Sur San Mateo To support Puente's “South Coast Counts” initiative to engage community members  to participate in  2020 Census to get an accurate count in the hard-to-count communities of the South Coast (Pescadero, La Honda, Loma Mar, and San Gregorio).  $50,000
Rise University Preparatory San Francisco To support census participation among the African American community in Bayview Hunters Point, Potrero, Mission and the Richmond.  $30,000
San Francisco Senior and Disability Action San Francisco To support a community organizing, coalition-building project to train seniors and people with disabilities, especially those who are low-income, live in SROs, or who have mental health disabilities, to reach their peers and ensure that our communities are counted in the 2020 census.  $30,000
Santa Clara County Asian Law Alliance Inc Santa Clara To increase census participation among members of Santa Clara County's multicultural, multilingual hard-to-count populations, regardless of immigration status. Funding would support engagement of Chinese-Americans, among other hard-to-count residents.  $50,000
Self-Help for the Elderly Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara To support 2020 Census by conducting an on-the-ground, community-based campaign to successfully reach, educate, and assist the most vulnerable hard-to-count senior populations residing in San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Alameda Counties where Self-Help for the Elderly provides services.  $15,000
Services & Immigrant Rights & Education Network Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara To support the empowerment of the region through vital community resources encouraging full participation from Latino and Vietnamese immigrant and refugee communities in the 2020 U.S. Census through grassroots community education and outreach to immigrant community members in Silicon Valley.  $35,000
Shore Up Marin City (Fiscal sponsor: Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership of Marin) Marin To support 2020 Census outreach efforts in Marin City and pockets of Marin County that have hard-to-count clusters of African American, Asian, and Pacific Islander renters.  $30,000
Silicon Valley Council of Nonprofits Santa Clara To support nonprofits in their outreach to hard-to-count populations by providing training to nonprofit staff and advocating for the importance of an accurate 2020 Census.  $20,000
Somos Mayfair Inc Santa Clara To support the efforts of the Si Se Puede! Collective, comprised of 5 community-based organizations in Mayfair which will engage 700 families and an additional 15,000 hard-to-count residents about the 2020 Census using a range of innovative outreach strategies.  $50,000
South San Francisco Public Library San Mateo To support an accurate and fair 2020 Census count, Community Learning Center will provide outreach and education to underrepresented, hard-to-count South San Francisco residents; people of color, immigrants, low-income communities, and children.  $10,000
Stevenson House Santa Clara To support outreach and education to hard to count senior immigrants in two low-income senior housing projects in Palo Alto.  $  6,000
Tax-Aid Alameda, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma To support 2020 Census education and completion efforts by leveraging the concurrence of the census count and tax season.  $12,000
The International Institute of The Bay Area Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Solano, Sonoma To support IIBA’s efforts to educate immigrants throughout the Bay Area about participating in the 2020 Census, positioning the organization as an established and trusted source of information for undocumented immigrants and mixed-status families.  $40,000
Thrive Alliance San Mateo To support the efforts of San Mateo County to ensure a complete count in the 2020 Census by providing leadership, coordination, and training so that (1) CBO leadership and the County collaborate effectively, and (2) CBOs have the information and the capacity they need to drive a complete count.  $20,000
Up Valley Family Centers Of Napa County Napa To support a community-driven Complete Count in Napa County utilizing education, participatory outreach, and advocacy strategies that have proven to be effective with diverse populations in our county and that will have a lasting impact on broadening grassroots civic engagement in our communities.  $45,000
Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation Inc. Santa Clara To support securing an accurate count for the 2020 Census, VIVO will launch a community-wide outreach campaign to motivate and mobilize Vietnamese-speaking residents to respond to the census efforts.  $15,000
Working Partnerships USA San Mateo, Santa Clara To support a regional labor effort to educate and mobilize low-income, immigrant working families and other hard to count populations in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties to participate in 2020 Census.  $50,000
    Total  $1,969,675