Census 2020

The census count has consequences we will live with for the next decade, if not longer. This makes the stakes even higher.

Michigan stands to lose an estimated $1,800 per person per year in federal support for programs that use census data. These include Medicaid, nutrition assistance, highway construction and planning, Title I and Special Education Grants, Foster Care and Child Care Grants, K-12 education, Section 8 Vouchers, and Head Start/Early Start — for which Michigan received more than $14 billion in 2015.

Michigan nonprofits can be effective in reaching out to their networks in the hard-to-count populations. You can provide education about the benefits of Census 2020 and encourage them to participate.

We all win with an accurate census count. The time is now to Educate. Engage. Empower.

Upcoming Trainings
March 25
Census 2020 and Higher Education

April 8
Census 101
Northern Michigan University
University Center Back Room

Nonprofit Advisory Committee

Slides from 2-28-19 meeting

Regional Advisory Committees

Will start meeting in April