Let’s make sure our community is counted.

We all count. We all play a role. And yours, more than ever, is crucial.

It’s you — our community leaders and volunteers — who will make the difference during this year’s census. Your commitment to helping us get a more complete count will shape our community’s future. We’re here, and we all count. Get the resources you need to connect with your community and let’s work together to increase self-reporting turnout for the 2020 Census!

Resources

Our community outreach toolkit and materials are designed to support your work. From key messages and posters to flyers, FAQs, and social media posts, use the resources in the library and customize them for your community.

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Events & Trainings

Find information and develop the skills you need to be effective in your outreach. Our event calendar includes events, workshops, and trainings for census volunteers and workers throughout King County.

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Complete the Census

Being counted makes a difference for our community. Our schools, hospitals, and neighborhoods all benefit. Together, we count. Complete your census on the official 2020 Census website starting March 12, 2020.

Visit 2020census.gov

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About the Campaign

We’re Here. We Count. is a community-wide effort to increase the self-response rate among historically undercounted populations across King County. Our goal is to support communities with customizable tools and resources, so they can focus on the direct community outreach that will have the biggest impact.

Our Partners

Our Partners

  • APACE
  • Big Water Consulting
  • CAIR-WA
  • Casa Latina
  • Child Care Resources
  • Children’s Alliance
  • City of Seattle
  • Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition
  • Entre Hermanos
  • Hopelink
  • King County
  • North Urban Human Services
  • Philanthropy Northwest
  • Pyramid Communications
  • REACH
  • Refugee Women’s Alliance
  • Seattle Foundation
  • Seattle Indian Health Board
  • Statewide Poverty Action Network
  • United Way of King County
  • Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
  • Washington Census Alliance
  • YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish

Find out how to complete the census.

2020census
.gov