Census Mini Grant

Filed in grants, initiatives by on February 6, 2020

Lets count EVERY ONE!  PCHF is working with the county and our local non-profits to ensure that those ‘Hard-to-Count’ individuals are counted this year.  We have developed a temporary Mini-Grant program to assist non-profit organizations with the expense of outreach to their constituents.  – to encourage everyone to be counted.

Qualifications

  • Non-profit organizations operating within the PCHF service area
    Supporting programs that encourage Census participation, especially within hard-to-count communities such as:

    • children
    • seniors
    • non-English speakers
    • low-income persons
    • people experiencing homelessness
    • immigrants
    • people of color
    • etc.

The suggested maximum request is $1,500. For funding needs greater than $1,500 please contact Tamela Luce, President & CEO, or Lynn Pike Hartman, Vice President-Programs

Apply Today

  • Complete the 2020 Census Mini-Grant Request Form and have it signed by the current Board Chair.
  • Attach the following information:
    • Narrative: Describing program/initiative and desired outcomes. Please indicate which hard-to-count communities the project will outreach to, how your organization will outreach to them, and why your organization is positioned to reach that communities.
    • Detailed cost documentation
    • Supporting documents (If not currently a PCHF grantee, please include your organization’s IRS Tax Determination Letter.)

Deadline for submission

The deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2020. Applications will be processed as received and checks for grants awarded will be issued quickly to expedite Census outreach and participation efforts.