Santa Clara County 2020 Census Grantees

Organization Area served Purpose Amount
African American Community Services Agency Santa Clara To support the 2020 census education and outreach efforts of the African American Community Service Agency, 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
Asian Americans For Community Involvement Of Santa Clara County Santa Clara To support Santa Clara County’s effort to ensure a complete and accurate count for the 2020 census through person-to-person outreach and education to historically hard-to-count communities, and specifically the Pacific Islander community, and promotion through a social media campaign $21,000
CA Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative Santa Clara To support 2020 census participation in the Vietnamese nail salon immigrant and refugee community in Santa Clara County through person-to-person outreach, social media and ethnic media outreach. $25,000
Catholic Charities Of Santa Clara County Santa Clara To support 2020 census participation through targeted outreach and education for 4,000 members of Santa Clara County’s Hard to Count (HTC) population, including immigrants and very low- to low-income residents. $50,000
City of Morgan Hill Santa Clara To support census outreach efforts, the City of Morgan Hill will implement localized strategies specifically designed to obtain an accurate count, including immigrants, homeless, Latinos, children ages 0-5, renters, and seniors, who are typically underrepresented in our community. $34,000
Community Health Partnership Of Santa Clara County Incorporated Santa Clara To support census education, outreach, and questionnaire assistance as needed in 31 community clinics within Santa Clara County and in partnership with the Mexican Consulate of San Jose for the Hard to Count (HTC) Communities. $35,000
Council On American-Islamic Relations California Santa Clara To support 2020 census the education for Santa Clara County Muslims and marginalized communities, overcome their concerns, and mobilize them to complete 2020 census forms. $20,000
EAH INC Santa Clara To support the complete count of the Hard-To-Count communities within Santa Clara County. $35,000
Eritrean Community Center Of Santa Clara County Santa Clara In support of the 2020 census, our community center will seek funding to facilitate a complete count with various methods of outreach. $10,000
Friends Of Children With Special Needs Santa Clara To support Santa Clara County and California in ensuring for federal funding and fair representation, FCSN will target Asian families with and without intellectual/developmental disabilities to be aware of and participate in the 2020 census through consistent education and purposeful community outreach $15,000
Gardner Family Health Network Inc Santa Clara To support outreach, education and provide direct assistance to 41,583 patients and clients representing the highest concentration of hard-to-count communities in Santa Clara County, including the undocumented, low-income, homeless, formerly incarcerated and those living in low-visibility housing; and to serve as a lead agency coordinating census outreach among nonprofit service providers working with the homeless population.   $85,000
Greatnonprofits Santa Clara To support Santa Clara County in reaching its goal of recruiting 10,000 qualified, multilingual, culturally-responsive candidates for census field staff positions, which is essential to achieving a complete count in hard-to-count communities. $30,000
Human Agenda Santa Clara To support education and participation of low-income Spanish speakers in South County, to provide trusted culturally and linguistically appropriate services and outreach to Spanish and Triqui members of the community. $35,000
Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, Inc. Santa Clara In support of the 2020 census effort to reach hard-to-count residents, including the historically disenfranchised communities of the American Indian/Alaskan Natives and the greater Santa Clara County community . $40,000
International Children Assistance Network Inc Santa Clara To support the complete count of the hard-to-count Vietnamese community in Santa Clara County in the 2020 census through culturally competent outreach, education and assistance efforts that address people's fear and concerns stemming from their culture, tradition, and war/persecution related trauma. $30,000
Korean American Community Services Inc Santa Clara To support our strategy and approach to 2020 census, we will engagethe Korean community in Santa Clara County by providing necessary education and resources $15,000
Latinos United For A New America Santa Clara To support efforts to achieve an accurate census count in eleven hard-to-count census tracts, including three block-groups on the East Side of San Jose by tapping community organizing networks in these communities by Latinos United for a New America. $30,000
Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana Santa Clara To support the use of visual and performing arts to engage hard to count populations in Santa Clara County, “Count Me In” Family Art Day will feature a musical performance, bilingual workshops highlighting census importance, and in-person aid for those completing the census online $20,000
North East Medical Services Santa Clara In support of Santa Clara County’s investment to ensure completeness and accuracy of the 2020 census, North East Medical Services (NEMS) will target the hard-to-count low-income Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities in the county by providing Census education, outreach, and direct assistance. $10,000
One East Palo Alto Santa Clara To support the 2020 census: Count Me In! (CMI) initiative, One East Palo Alto and its partners and ambassadors team will mount an intensive outreach and education campaign to decrease fear in the Pacific Islander communities of Santa Clara County (SCC) to ensure a fair and accurate census count. $15,000
Opening Doors 2020 Santa Clara To support engaging census education and outreach to the hard to count Homeless population in the County of Santa Clara, particularly the Downtown Corridor of San Jose California. $10,000
Pars Equality Center Santa Clara To support a complete & accurate count of hard-to-reach Farsi/Dari-speaking Iranian, Afghani, Assyrian, Armenian & other Middle Eastern immigrants in Santa Clara County, including minority religious groups such as Muslims, Baha'is, Zoroastrians, and Assyrian/Armenian Christians. $30,000
People Acting In Community Together Inc Santa Clara To engage the faith community in reaching the most vulnerable communities in the county, creating confidence, education, and trust in the 2020 census process. $25,000
Sacred Heart Community Service Santa Clara To support outreach to hard-to-count populations in Santa Clara County $50,000
San Jose State University Santa Clara To engage the San Jose State University student community and young black and Hispanic men in the surrounding community and raise awareness of the importance and impact of the 2020 census. $300
Santa Clara County Asian Law Alliance Inc Santa Clara To support the increase of census participation and improved accuracy of responses among members of Santa Clara County’s multicultural, multilingual hard-to-count populations. Funding would support concerted outreach to local Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Japanese, and Thai populations. $30,000
Santa Clara County Cambodian Womens Association Santa Clara To support the Cambodian community in Santa Clara County by educating them on the importance of the census and providing resources and assistance to complete the form. $5,140
Services & Immigrant Rights & Education Network Santa Clara To support the empowerment of Santa Clara County through vital community resources from federal funding and representation due to full participation from Latino and Vietnamese immigrant communities in the Census through community education and outreach of 50,000 immigrants in Santa Clara County. $75,000
STAND San José Santa Clara To support the engagement and education of the LGBTQ+ Community regarding the 2020 census, we are seeking funding to address community concerns through trusted messengers, and culturally responsive social media and media messaging. $15,000
Tax-Aid Santa Clara To support a complete count in Santa Clara County. $39,560
VIDA at De Anza Santa Clara To support education and outreach to the student populations and their families at South Bay community colleges who are part of hard-to-count communities such as immigrants, language minorities, undocumented, homeless, low-income, international student residents, etc. $60,000
Vietnamese American Roundtable Santa Clara To support an accurate count of the 2020 census, the Vietnamese American Roundtable will draw upon its expertise as a volunteer-run, community-based organization to conduct outreach and encourage participation among hard-to-count Vientamese Americans. $30,000
Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation Inc Santa Clara In support of the 2020 census, the Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation will lead a consortium of four culturally competent organizations, including Asian American Center of Santa Clara County, Friends of Hue Foundation, and Viet Ecology Foundation, to strategically reach out and encourage about 30,000 hard-to-count Vietnamese residents to participate in the census. $90,000
Working Partnerships Usa Santa Clara To support a Hub that coordinates the 2020 Census direct outreach and education programs of community-based organizations targeting hard to count populations in Santa Clara County. $175,000
    Total $1,215,000