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Census Inclusion Grants
The VNA Foundation distributed $45,000+ in special grants designed to increase Census participation in the North Penn region:
 Grant Award
  ACLAMO Family Centers
  ACLAMO’s Si Nos Cuentan, Si Contamos Project, “If they count us, we count”
   Ambler NAACP
 Make Your Count Matter!: Connect YOUR Dot!
   Bucks-Mont Collaborative
 Educating and Assisting Nonprofit Organizations to Reach Clients for Census Inclusion
   Generations of Indian Valley
  Census assistance for Homebound Meals on Wheels Clients
   Inter-Faith Housing Alliance
  Census 2020 Outreach and Education Initiative
   Keystone Opportunity Center
   Promoting a Complete and Accurate 2020 Census Count in North Penn Region
   Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia
 Korean American Community Counts Census 2020 – Montgomery County
    Lansdale Library Association
  Census Kiosk
   Laurel House
  Mobile Technology Tools for 2020 Census Assistance
   Manna on Main Street
  North Penn Commons Town Hall Census Promotion
   North Wales Area Library
   North Penn Census 2020, It Really Does Work for YOU
   Philip Jaisohn Memorial Foundation
   Census 2020 Inclusion Project for Korean and Chinese American Communities
   The Partnership TMA of Montgomery County
 Parallel Paths for Census Inclusion
  $ 500.00
    VNA-Community Services, Inc.
  Partnering to Provide Targeted Census Outreach through VNA’s Personal Navigator Program
 Total Awards - Census Inclusion Grants
    The VNA Foundation played an integral part in supporting efforts to reach hard-to- count and traditionally undercounted populations in the North Penn area, through region-wide collaborative efforts and our Census Inclusion Grants program.
*Click on the image to the right to learn more about the 2020 Census
     Lynne Newman (center), Senior Partnership Specialist, US Census Bureau, spoke to
almost 100 nonprofit leaders at the VNA Foundation’s 2019 Annual Breakfast. Pictured with Lynne are Diana Doherty (left) and Joanne Kline (right).
VNAF partner Nelly Jimenez-Arevalo, Executive Director of ACLAMO, distributes Census 2020 information to encourage participation among Latinx residents
VNAF partner Sharon Hartz, President of the Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia, presents Korean-language material to a group in North Penn
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