Funding for Local Outreach

Collaborative Networks

Collaborative Network Lead                     Primary Hard-to-Count Community
Asia Pacific Cultural CenterPeople of Color
Catholic Community ServicesPersons Experiencing Homelessness
Centro LatinoPeople of Color
Delta Theta Sigma SororityPeople of Color
Emergency Food NetworkLow-Income
First 5 FundamentalsYouth under 5 years
Orting Recovery CafeRural Communities
Palmer ScholarsPeople of Color
Peace Works UnitedPeople of Color
Pierce County AIDS FoundationLGBTQIA
Puyallup Watershed InitiativeRural Communities
Safe StreetsLow-Income
Tacoma Community HouseImmigrants & Refugees
Tacoma Refugee ChoirImmigrants & Refugees
Tacoma Urban LeaguePeople of Color

Individual Organizations

Organization                                          Primary Hard-to-Count Community
Associated Students of PLUThose attending post-secondary inst.
Communities in Schools – LakewoodYoung Persons (under 18)
Communities in Schools – TacomaYoung Persons (under 18)
Cowlitz Indian TribeIndigenous Peoples
Eatonville Family AgencyRural Communities
Fab-5People of Color
Forward Operating Base HOPEPersons Experiencing Homelessness
GreenTrikeYouth (under 5)
Habitat for HumanityRural Communities
Hearing, Speech, and Deaf CenterPersons with Mental or Physical Disabilities
Hilltop Action CoalitionLow-Income
House of MatthewPersons Experiencing Homelessness
Multicultural Child and Family
Hope Center
Opportunity Center of OrtingRural Communities
Our Sister’s HousePeople of Color
Proyecto MoLEYoung Persons (under 18)
Raising GirlsYoung Persons (under 18)
Rebuilding Hope!Low-Income
Shared Housing ServicesSenior Citizens
Tacoma Area Coalition for
Individuals with Disabilities
Persons with Mental or Physical Disabilities
Tacoma Housing AuthorityLow-Income
Tacoma Recovery CafePersons Experiencing Homelessness
University of Puget SoundThose attending post-secondary inst.
Your Money Matters MentoringLow-Income

Funding Opportunities:

2020 Census Community Grants Timeline

  • September 30 – GTCF Application opens
  • October 3 & 8 – Information sessions
  • October 20 – Application closes
  • November 21 – Award announcement
  • December 15 – Funding awarded
  • December to April – Three community cohort sessions

For questions and inquiries about the Pierce County Core Complete Count Committee, email GTCF Program Officer, Janece Levien

For 2020 Census resources, visit the Pierce County Auditor’s webpage.

For general 2020 Census inquiries, contact U.S. Census Bureau Partnership Specialist, Lorraine Ralston