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COIL Celebrates Winners of the Open Data for Good Grand Challenge
The Open Data for Good Grand Challenge rewards exceptional uses of federal open data to advance technology products that address key national challenges.
Celebrate National Small Business Week
This year’s National Small Business Week, celebrated May 1-7, recognizes the resiliency and tenacity of our country's entrepreneurs.
May 2022: By The Numbers
Join us as we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and World Trade Month.
1950 Census Records Toolkit & Artifact Hub
Spread the word about the 1950 Census records with our social media toolkit and explore 1950 Census artifacts.
Small Business Week 2021
For more than 50 years, the U.S. Small Business Administration has recognized the critical contributions of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Invisible Hands Deliver
Invisible Hands Deliver volunteers helped spread the word about the 2020 Census by reminding households to respond when they dropped off deliveries.
Nonprofit, Business & Community Leaders
Nonprofit, business, and community leaders are vital to ensuring a complete and accurate count during the 2020 Census.
To promote 2020 Census response and support the communities it serves, VolunteerMatch shared census information with its active audience of nonprofits.
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, NCBCP worked to ensure that Black communities were fully counted in the 2020 Census.
Nextdoor serves as a forum for community members to encourage participation in the 2020 Census and ensure that all their neighbors are counted.
Both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, Emgage has worked to ensure that everyone, including Muslim Americans, is counted in the 2020 Census.
City of Carthage, Illinois
The City of Carthage has promoted the 2020 Census through community outreach and at gatherings such as the local farmers market.
Casper, Wyoming, BEE Counted
The Casper Complete Count Committee, along with mascot BUZZ the bee, is on a mission to ensure that everyone in Casper is counted in the 2020 Census.
NC Counts Coalition and A. Philip Randolph Institute
The A. Philip Randolph Institute and NC Counts Coalition are using a mobile food bank to promote the 2020 Census while helping to feed needy communities.
Afterschool Alliance works to ensure that all youth have access to affordable, quality afterschool programs.
National Disability Rights Network
The National Disability Rights Network is working throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that everyone is counted in the 2020 Census.
Southeast Alaska Association for the Education of Young Children
SEAAEYC promotes high-quality learning for all children, birth through age 8, by supporting all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children.
American Spanish-language television network Univision is the United States' largest provider of Spanish-language news, sports, and entertainment.
Census Solutions Workshops
In sessions known as Census Solutions Workshops, national and local leaders team up to identify critical areas of focus for the 2020 Census.
Tribal Complete Count Committees
Tribes form Complete Count Committees to promote census participation and an accurate count of tribal areas.
The Karen Community
A local college worked with the Karen community, an ethnic group from Burma and Thailand, to print census materials in the Karen community's native language.
Census Day 2019
Several of our partners gathered together on Census Day 2019 to explain why they're supporting the 2020 Census.
Kentucky Complete Count Task Force
The Kentucky Complete Count Task Force includes representatives from the state's largest employers, philanthropic organizations, nonprofits, and more.
The U.S. Census Bureau is partnering with tech giants for the 2020 Census.
University of Maryland, College Park
The mission of the University of Maryland, College Park, is to provide excellent teaching, research, and service.
Propel, the company behind Fresh EBT, is a team of technologists, advocates, and engineers.
The LinkNYC communications network is replacing New York City pay phones with state-of-the-art kiosks called Links.
United Macedonian Diaspora
The United Macedonian Diaspora is an international NGO that promotes the interests and needs of Macedonian communities around the world.
The SER acronym reflects how the organization accomplishes its mission: through service, employment, and redevelopment.
La Alianza se enfoca primero en los niños y comunidades desfavorecidas y que más lo necesitan.
Ciudad de Carthage, IL
La Ciudad de Carthage le ha hecho promoción al Censo del 2020 mediante la comunicación con la comunidad en lugares concurridos como el mercado agrícola.
Coalición NC Counts y el Instituto A. Philip Randolph
El Instituto A. Philip Randolph y la Coalición NC Counts usan un banco de alimentos móvil para promover el Censo del 2020.
Comité para Lograr un Conteo Completo de Casper
Durante la pandemia de COVID-19, Casper se ha asegurado de que el transporte público siga estando disponible y seguro.
Comités de Conteo Completo tribales
El Censo del 2020 es el tercer censo que el Comité de Conteo Completo de la tribu Pala ha apoyado.
Tanto antes de la epidemia de COVID-19 como durante la epidemia, Emgage ha trabajado para asegurar que todos, incluidos los musulmanes estadounidenses.
Empresas de tecnología
La Oficina del Censo de los EE. UU. colabora con las empresas más grandes de tecnología.