Funding for Local Outreach

2020 CENSUS COMMUNITY GRANT RECIPIENTS
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
Low-Income
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 jlevien@gtcf.org.

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 lorraine.m.ralston@2020census.gov.