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William Penn Foundation funds will help PA 2020 Census efforts

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

By KATE GIAMMARISE for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


The William Penn Foundation has awarded $1 million toward 2020 Census outreach efforts in Pennsylvania.

The money is to help the Keystone Counts coalition, a nonpartisan group of organizations working across the state, to ensure a complete count in next year's census, the Philadelphia-based foundation announced Tuesday.

“This funding support will help us dramatically increase the field campaign we have planned to ensure residents know they need to stand up and be counted,” Erin Casey, executive director of Pennsylvania Voice, said in a statement announcing the award. Pennsylvania Voice, a nonpartisan civic engagement organization, is staffing Keystone Counts.


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