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Ensuring the IE Counts

ensuring-ie-countsThe Community Foundation recently awarded $1.5 million in sub contracts and grants to 33 organizations for Census 2020 education and outreach efforts across the Inland Empire.

“The Inland Empire has large populations that are historically hard-to-count, making our region an important focus of the state’s efforts,” said Michelle Decker, President and CEO of The Community Foundation. “It’s critical that all IE residents are counted accurately so that we receive our fair share of federal funding and representation. These nonprofits partners are essential to a successful Census 2020 count, so we’re happy to invest in them to get the job done.”

The 12 organizations awarded sub contracts from TCF will be conducting canvassing, pledge card drives, and providing in-language assistance through Mobile Census Centers across the IE. Organizations include:

Center for American Islamic Relations
Community Health Action Network
Congregations Organized for Prophetic Engagement
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center
Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice
Inland Congregations United for Change
Inland Empire Labor Council
Empowering Success Now
Mi Familia Vota
Sigma Beta Xi, Inc.
TODEC (Training Occupational Development Educating Communities)
Warehouse Workers Resource Center

Another 21 organizations received grants from the Census 2020 Pooled Fund at TCF to support community-based education, outreach activities and pledge card drives. The Pooled Fund was developed by the Funder’s Alliance of the IE to leverage state funding and provide flexible dollars to nonprofits. Funding partners include: Blue Shield Foundation, The California Endowment, The California Wellness Foundation, First 5 San Bernardino, Guillermo J. Valenzuela Foundation, James Irvine Foundation, Libra Foundation, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians,  Weingart Foundation and the Wells Fargo Foundation.

Pooled Fund Grantees include:

Alianza Coachella Valley
Bread of Life Church
Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice
Coachella Valley Justice
Community Health Action Network
Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas en Norte America
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center
Food in Need of Distribution, Inc.
Great Harvest Community Center
Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
Mi Familia Vota Education Fund
Motivating Action Leadership Opportunity
Nehemiah Charitable Fund
Organizacion en California de Lideres Campesinas, Inc.
Pomona Economic Opportunity Center
Sigma Beta Xi, Inc.
Starting Over, Inc.
TODEC Legal Services
Young Scholars for Academic Empowerment*
Youth Leadership Institute*
*pending revisions

All of these organizations bring local knowledge, distinct expertise, and proven strategies for reaching hard-to-count communities. Hard-to-count populations include immigrants, disabled persons, young children, seniors, and low-income individuals.

Designated by the California Census Office as the Region 7 (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties) an Administrative Community-Based Organization (ACBO), TCF is responsible for funding and mobilizing local organizations in hard-to-count communities to ensure everyone in the IE is counted. For more information about how to help us count the IE, visit