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Count Me 2020 partners are the people talking about the Census in our communities.

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Count Me 2020 partners are doing outreach to ensure a complete and accurate 2020 Census count, so that the 255,612 to 783,277 individuals who are considered “Hard-to-Count” in our Region (San Diego and Imperial Counties) are counted and represented. 

Our organizing approach is to nurture a culture of trust, engagement, buy-in, and civic participation aiming to reach, educate, motivate, and activate individuals who are traditionally excluded and undercounted. 

We coordinate closely with governments, businesses, and other initiatives, and welcome all who care about our communities’ representation and proper funding distribution to join us!

Please sign-up for announcements, events, information, and upcoming Count Me 2020 activities!

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Count Me 2020 Coalition Partners

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API Initiative | Campesinos Unidos | Korean American Coalition – San Diego | Lao Community Cultural Center | San Diego Urban Warriors Inc. | United Missionary Churches/Connecting Hope | Majdal Community Center | YMCA of San Diego County, Childcare Resources Service

Count Me 2020 Coalition Members

  • 211 San Diego
  • ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties
  • African Coalition Workforce
  • Alianza Comunitaria
  • Alliance for African Assistance
  • Alliance for Community Engagement
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Asian Solidarity Collective
  • Black American Political Association of California
  • Brawley Get Together Senior Citizen Club
  • Brown Bag Coalition
  • Building Skills Partnership
  • CA State Assembly
  • CA State Assembly 76th District, Tasha Boerner Horvath
  • CA State Assembly 79th District, Shirley Weber
  • CA State Assembly 80th District, Lorena Gonzalez
  • CA State Senate
  • CA State Senate 39th District, Toni Atkins
  • Cal Organize
  • California School-Age Consortium (CalSAC)
  • California State University San Marcos
  • Center for Community Integration San Diego
  • Center for Social Advocacy (CSA)
  • Center for Social Advocates San Diego
  • Center on Policy Initiatives
  • Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO)
  • Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce
  • City Heights Community Development Corporation
  • City of Carlsbad
  • City of Chula Vista
  • City of Escondido
  • City of Oceanside
  • City of San Diego
  • City of San Marcos
  • City of Vista
  • Community Housing Works
  • Council of Philippine American Organizations (COPAO)
  • County of Imperial
  • County of San Diego – HHSA
  • Disability Rights San Diego
  • Farmworker CARE Coalition
  • Feeding San Diego
  • Fern Street Community Arts
  • Filipino Press
  • Gov House
  • Hanana Community Center
  • Health Education Advocacy Leadership, Inc.
  • Home Start, Inc.
  • Horn of Africa
  • House of China
  • Huda Community Center
  • Imperial Valley LGBT Resource Center
  • Include People
  • Islamic Center of SD
  • IWJSD
  • Karama
  • Kitchens for Good
  • La Maestra Community Health Centers
  • Latinos y Latinas en Accion
  • League of Women Voters of North County
  • League of Women Voters, San Diego
  • License to Freedom
  • MAAC
  • Mabuhay Foundation
  • Mano a Mano Foundation
  • Mas Pace
  • MEChA organizations
  • Migrant Education Region IX
  • MiraCosta College
  • Muslim American Society-San Diego
  • NALEO Educational Fund
  • Neighborhood House Association
  • New Neighbor Relief
  • North County Health Services
  • North County Lifeline
  • Nunez Law Corporation
  • Open Heart Leaders
  • Operation Samahan
  • Our Roots
  • Palomar College
  • Pillars of the Community
  • Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest
  • Poder Popular para la Salud del Pueblo
  • Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians
  • RISE San Diego
  • San Diego Alliance for Asian Pacific Islander
  • San Diego Association of Governments
  • San Diego Council on Literacy
  • San Diego County Library Branches in North County
  • San Diego Foundation
  • San Diego Grantmakers
  • San Diego Hunger Coalition
  • San Diego Youth Services
  • San Pascual Band of Mission Indians
  • SEIU 221
  • Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) San Diego
  • Somali Bantu Association of America (SBAOA)
  • Somali Bantu Community of San Diego
  • South Sudanese Community Center
  • St. Vincent de Paul Village, Inc. (dba Father Joe’s Villages)
  • Survivors of Torture, International
  • Swift Solutions Consulting
  • The California Endowment
  • The Filipino School
  • The Global Action Research Center
  • U.S. Census Bureau
  • U.S. Senator Kamala Harris
  • United Taxi Workers of San Diego (UTWSD)
  • United Women of East Africa
  • United Women of East Africa Support Team
  • Universidad Popular
  • University of California, San Diego
  • UURISE
  • Viet Vote
  • Vista Neighbors in Action
  • Woman Haven

Press

Supervisor Fletcher Announces County’s Census 2020 Outreach Plan

Supervisor Nathan Fletcher today, alongside members of the Count Me 2020 coalition, announced at a press conference the County of San Diego’s plans to educate hard to reach populations about the 2020 Census and unveiled Census advertisements that will appear in the 1.8 million sample ballot pamphlets being distributed this week by the County Registrar of Voters.

California State Census Office Awards $1.6 M to "Count ME 2020 Coalition" to Reach Hard to Count Communities in San Diego and Imperial Counties

SAN DIEGO (March 12, 2019) – Count Me 2020, a coalition of over 100 community-based organizations and other partners, led by the United Way of San Diego County, has been awarded a major contract of $1.66 million to coordinate Census 2020 outreach. The contract from the California Complete Count Committee designates United Way of San Diego County as the Primary Administrative Community-Based Organization (ACBO) for San Diego and Imperial Counties (Region 10) with a mandate to ensure that everyone in the region is counted.

Census Coalition Wants All Residents In San Diego, Imperial Counties To Be Tallied

The next census is fast-approaching and set to begin in April next year. That's when the U.S. Census Bureau will attempt to collect an accurate count of people in the estimated 140 million households across the country. The census is mandated by the U.S. Constitution and is conducted every 10 years.

Census Coalition Reaches Out To San Diego, Imperial Counties

The state census office awarded $1.6 million to the Count Me 2020 coalition in order to reach hard to count communities in San Diego and Imperial counties. Watch video.

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