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ACCE Institute
ACCE plans to utilize our year round organizing apparatus in conjunction with our field tested civic engagement infrastructure and supports to connect community issues to the importance of census participation. We will deploy field organizers, paid canvassers, and precinct captain system to engage community members through relational outreach methods in service of helping California achieve a complete census count.

For nearly 10 years we have had organizers on the ground in our target communities nearly every weekday of the year knocking on doors and sitting with people in their homes to understand the issues they are concerned about. Our long time presence and commitment to deliberate relationship building allows our organizers to build trust in communities and has built a reputation as a reliable and trusted source of information.
Latinos,African Americans,Immigrants and Refugees,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access,Seniors/Older Adults
Door-to-Door Canvassing,Phone Banking,Community Education
Spanish1126Christina Livingstonclivingston@calorganize.org
(213) 270-4901
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Alliance San Diego
Alliance San Diego will conduct community outreach to include phonebanking, canvassing, community forums and other events. Alliance San Diego will share messaging and materials in our coalition space, naturalization/know your rights workshops, and web platforms. Lastly, ASD will conduct a digital media campaign to maximize awareness and support the direct outreach efforts necessary to reach the impacted HTC areas.

Alliance San Diego has become a trusted messenger through our leadership development, voter engagement, policy advocacy, civil rights protection, and media campaigns to educate and empower the affected community.
Latinos,African Americans,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,LGTBQ individuals and families,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Community Education,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish ASL Tagalog Vietnamese French MandarinSomaliArabic
9211667ChrisWilsonchris@alliancesd.org
(619) 269-1823
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API Initiative
API Initiative will use culturally relevant and accessible outreach and education methods that partners with - and meets individuals, families and communities where they are at - whether it be at a place of worship, community-based organization, event, restaurant, healthcare provider, digital media, and/or public service announcements done by trusted community leaders and influencers. Agency staff have worked in the AANH/PI community for over 30 years, developed trusted and proven relationships with the population – and we are part of the community we serve.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,People with Disabilities,LGTBQ individuals and families,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Tagalog MandarinIllocano Samoan Thai HindiBanglaPunjabiUrdu Cantonese
123402939Alicia De Leon Torrres
Alicia.DeLeonTorres@apiinitiative.org
(619) 985-5904
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Bayside Community Center
Bayside will leverage its 87 years of serving the San Diego community and 50 years in Linda Vista to reach the HTC Linda Vista population with whom it has built generations of trust and social capital. Bayside will not only facilitate outreach through workshops, educational opportunities, and one-on-one connections to increase Census 2020 participation, but will also mobilize community members to do door-to-door outreach and in person promotion.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Technical Assistance,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish Vietnamese
144Kim Heinlekheinle@baysidecc.org
(858) 278-0771
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Casa Familiar
Casa Familiar (Casa) will capitalize on its 45-year history as a trusted service provider and civic engagement leader in San Ysidro/Otay Mesa to expand reach and impact of its outreach and education services to carry out census outreach, education and assistance services. Casa is well established and positioned to leverage existing programming and partnerships to maximize Census 2020 efforts in some of the most HTC communities of San Diego County with an average index of 78 and high of 107. A primary strategy proven to be highly successful in mobilizing change in the community has been the utilization of highly-trained Promotoras, volunteers and key program staff to deliver face-to-face outreach and education at weekly parenting and exercise classes, community meetings, events and through street outreach. Additionally, funding will enable Casa to further develop other outreach methods such as phone/text banking and social media/digital marketing.
Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish1211Monica Hernandezmonicah@casafamiliar.org
(619) 428-1115
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Chula Vista Community Collaborative
The Family Resource Centers (FRCs) of Chula Vista Community Collaborative (CVCC) are located at five school campuses within the 91910 and 91911 zip codes. Due to their locations, the FRCs have become a “hub” of the community and allow us access to residents in the Hard-to-Count regions such as those with crowded units, non-high school graduates, and those below 150% of poverty level. We will use the FRCs and other outreach programs to increase education and enhance participation in the Census 2020.CVCC will utilize the best practice peer education Promotores model to reach our community where they are (we will go to them).CVCC has been in existence for over 25 years and is a credible and reliable community asset.We have strong and trusting relationships with the community we serve as we understand and reflect our community.CVCC worked as a partner with the Census 2010 and was awarded and an “outstanding partner” by the United States Census Bureau.
Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Technical Assistance,Promotion
Spanish145Margarita HolguinMargarita.holguin@cvesd.org
(619) 427-2290
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Employee Rights Center
Employee Rights Center (ERC) and Justice Overcoming Boundaries (JOB) have agreed to form a strategic partnership, in January of 2018, to expand our organizational reach and strengthen our outreach capacity.Both organizations are focused on the most marginalized and disenfranchised populations in San Diego County – people with disabilities, immigrants (both documented and undocumented), refugees, young people, low-income and poor people as well as people who live in canyons and other less than livable situations.As partners, our non-partisan work during the November 2018 election increased voter turnout from 14% to 60 % in two identified HTC districts of Escondido, CA.This work had a profound impact on the composition of the City Council and is now more progressive and responsive to the HTC populations in the region.Leaders from both our organizations made 2,500 home visits, 12,500 phone calls, organized a public event of 650 participants in Escondido, made announcements during services in congregations and did outreach to other community institutions.We would use similar strategies including English/Spanish public events; train bilingual leaders, who are neighbors and friends, and who would lead the campaign; use culturally relevant material for distribution; effectively use social media; and carry out strategic door-to-door canvassing, phone calls and coordination with other efforts in our assigned HTC census tracts.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,People with Disabilities,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish121614Alor Calderonacalderon@weberc.net
(619) 708-2771
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Environmental Health Coalition
EHC has worked in the communities of City Heights, Barrio Logan, and National City for almost 40 years, utilizing the strategies of organizing, leadership development, civic engagement, and policy advocacy. Through our dedicated community organizers and Community Action Teams in each neighborhood, we will conduct phone-banking, door-knocking, community presentations, and community outreach events to increase Census 2020 participation among HTC populations (Latinx, AAPI, immigrants, refugees, and non-English speakers) in these areas.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Digital Media Outreach
Spanish Vietnamese Karen
12522Franco Garciafranco@environmentalhealth.org
(619) 474-0220
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Interfaith Community Services, Inc.
Building on 40 years of empowering homeless and low-income community members with a wide array of social services, as well as earning the respect of the Latino community by delivering programs through Spanish-speaking faith communities, Interfaith has become a trusted messenger with “hard-to-count” (HTC) populations prioritized by the Count Me 2020 Coalition. Interfaith’s strategy to boost Census 2020 participation is to leverage the strength of its existing 45+ programs to employ multiple outreach efforts: 1) education during private, one-on-one case management meetings and regularly scheduled events; 2) staff a Question & Answer Center at its Inland Service Center Computer Lab; and 3) engage Interfaith’s 350+ faith community members and 75 regional partner agencies to increase collaboration and disseminate information.
Latinos,African Americans,Immigrants and Refugees,People with Disabilities,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Veterans,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,One-on-One,Coalition Building,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs)
Spanish Tagalog Vietnamese
1248Brett Fisherbfisher@interfaithservices.org
(760) 489-6380
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International Rescue Committee
The IRC will focus on two refugee-impacted areas where the organization has deep roots in the community and serves nearly 8,000 community members each year, City Heights and El Cajon, through hosting community outreach events and education at IRC and other community institutions, one-on-one information sharing at the IRC office, and through a Questionnaire Assistance Center (QAC) at the two IRC offices. IRC will also host one to two day outreach events combined with a pop-up QAC in other areas of San Diego County where (former) refugee communities reside, such as Fallbrook, as needed.
Immigrants and Refugees,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,One-on-One,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs)
Spanish Vietnamese FrenchSomaliArabic Karen BembeLugandaLingalaKirundiKinyarwandaNyanja OromoSwahili
121410Heather Hansenheather.hansen@rescue.org
(619) 641-7510, ext 303
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Karen Organization of San Diego
As the only organization specifically serving the refugee population from Burma in San Diego, KOSD is uniquely suited to assist members of this community; 100% of KOSD’s caseworkers and program staff are former refugees from Burma themselves who have emerged as leaders in the community, and they possesses the linguistic capacity to serve clients speaking Karen, Burmese, and Karenni languages. Considering the fact that more than 90% of adult refugees from Burma have no or very limited English proficiency, most of adult populations don’t have access to Internet, and this is the first Census for almost all of them, it is critical for refugees from Burma in San Diego to have educational workshop on census and in-person assistance from KOSD to make sure all of them are counted.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,People with Disabilities,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs)
Karen Burmese Karenni
12314Nao Kabashimanao@karensandiego.org
(619) 582-0783
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Korean American Coalition - San Diego
Our board and volunteers will use social and print media and in-person presentations to target the Korean American community to participate in the census. Our goal is to advocate and promote the interest of Korean Americans and increasing Korean American census participation is a big step creating a bigger voice in our community.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders
Events,One-on-One,Technical Assistance,Coalition Building,Digital Media Outreach,Community Education,Promotion,Train-the-Trainer Services
Korean425281Woo-Jin Shimwshim18@yahoo.com
(858) 336-0403
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Lao Community Cultural Center
Founded by first wave of Laotian refugees, LCCC has been serving the Laotian community in San Diego County as a 501(c)(3)non profit since 1992 and as a community organization since early 1980's. Our members are comprised of leaders from local community temples, clubs, youth and senior groups.

LCCC organizes 2 of the biggest annual community events, the Lao New Year Festival (30+ Years) and the Lao Boat Racing Festival (6+ Years). Sponsors local youth performing arts programs, senior programs, and fundraising events for local Laotian temples and churches.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,LGTBQ individuals and families,People with Disabilities,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Veterans,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Children 0-5
Events,One-on-One,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Digital Media Outreach,Community Education,Promotion,Technical Assistance,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs)
Thai LaotianHmong
920232331Pidapidasd@gmail.com
(760) 566-6232
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Logan Heights CDC
We are a trusted messenger because we operate in the heart of Greater Logan Heights every day, offering career and financial guidance, small business assistance, a community pre-school, and neighborhood events that build rapport and trust with residents.Our strategy is to leverage this presence by integrating Census messaging into current work activities as well as those being planned, while also engaging entities in each of the neighborhoods that make up Greater Logan Heights to deliver Census information to their constituents.
Latinos,African Americans,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,People with Disabilities,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Veterans,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,One-on-One,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Coalition Building,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Technical Assistance,Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish1417Monte Jonesmonte@loganheightscdc.org
(619) 858-0563
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Majdal Community Center
Majdal is the only Arab-led CBO in El Cajon and as such we carry the linguistic and culturally specific approaches to appeal to a considerable community in the El Cajon area including Iraqi and Syrian newcomers. Further, because we have developed relationships of mutual trust, respect and cross-cultural collaboration, we will be able to reach other groups including the Kurdish, Afghan, Chaldean, and Latino communities.Our strategy is comprised of a multi-pronged approach, including: community education events, canvassing, integration of education on the census in all our existing programming, phone banking, and distribution of popular education materials in Arabic and English both on social media and through tabling at events, festivals, mosques, Arab churches, parks, and school town hall meetings.
Immigrants and Refugees,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Latinos,People with Disabilities,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access,Children 0-5,Seniors/Older Adults
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Community Education,Digital Media Outreach,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services
Arabic914Yazan Zahzahyazan.mdz@gmail.com
(562) 896-3310
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Mid-City CAN
MCC will conduct a 14-month census program using proven campaign techniques that include phone-calling, door-knocking, and community events, utilizing an evidence-based and data-driven pledge-and-follow up system in 6+ core languages in order to generate 135,547 individual contacts. MCC will overlay this effort with grassroots media in a myriad of languages and digital outreach.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Community Education,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish Tagalog VietnameseSomali
14716Griselda Ramirezgramirez@midcitycan.org
(619) 272-7582 x 110
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National Latino Research Center
Our overarching outreach approach is to build upon existing and grow new relationships in North County communities that are based on a culture of trust and belief in everyone’s ability to civically participate in our nation’s democratic process. The NLRC aims to reach, educate, motivate and activate individuals who are traditionally excluded and undercounted through culturally and linguistically relevant methods.
Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish Mixteco Zapoteco
1246Arcela Nuñez Alvarezanunez@csusm.edu
(760) 750-3500
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Nile Sisters Development Initiative
NSDI’s census outreach and education strategies for HTC audiences include emails, social media, and phone calls; and will take place before mental health education sessions/counseling, intake for support services and food pickups, Certified Nursing Assistant training registration and classes, and our transportation education workshops.NSDI has been committing resources to aggressive education and outreach campaigns and providing services to and advocating for refugees and immigrants for over 18 years and have earned the trust of this population – they look to us for education, resources, and solutions to their problems.
Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,One-on-One,Community Education,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish FrenchArabicLingala OromoSwahili BurmeseMadi Acholi Zande Luo Creole Amharic
915923Elizabeth Louelou@nilesisters.org
(619) 265-2959
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Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans (PANA)
PANA has organized, is facilitating, and will provide ongoing support to a Refugee Census Hub of 15 organizations serving 31 different language communities. For the past three months, the Hub has engaged in thoughtful strategic planning to ensure efficient leveraging of resources and community expertise to deliver Census outreach, education, and questionnaire assistance from trusted community messengers, core refugee service providers, and mosques that serve refugee and MASA/MENA communities living in 75 hard-to-count Census tracts across San Diego County. PANA will offer an infrastructure for the delivery of technical assistance on the development of tailored outreach strategies, training on Census education, hiring and ongoing support of questionnaire assistance center staff, and targeted, in-language phone banking to reach more than 40,000 identified MASA/MENA contacts across San Diego County.
Immigrants and Refugees,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Latinos,Households with Limited English Proficiency,African Americans,People with Disabilities,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Technical Assistance,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Digital Media Outreach
Spanish Vietnamese FrenchSomaliArabic UrduLugandaLingalaKinyarwanda OromoSwahili Karenni AmharicChinKachinShanRohingyaArakan ChaldeanDariPashtoKurdishPersianTigrinyan Farsi NuerDinka Karama ZigulaKazigwaMay-MayTigrinya
1220182412Homayra Yusufihomayra@panasd.org
(917) 226-0514
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Paving Great Futures
PGF’s strategy will integrate Census 2020 outreach and education components into our current roster of training programs and public events. Through events, programs, and cross-marketing and branding, we organically reach thousands of Hard-to-Count individuals and families per month; we will continue to utilize our trusted messengers in Central and East county to effectively amplify the importance of the Census to Latinos, African Americans, Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders, Native American and Tribal communities, and Middle and Eastern/Northern Africans, including immigrants and refugees, former offenders, senior citizens, and other economically disadvantaged populations.
Latinos,African Americans,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Native Americans and Tribal,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Community Education
Spanish10191552Barry Harris, Jr.barry@pavinggreatfutures.org
(619) 665-5240
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San Diego Organizing Project (SDOP)
SDOP will lead interfaith efforts across San Diego County to increase census 2020 participation in HTC communities through a combination of outreach and education, tabling, pledge card collections, workshops, church bulletins and pulpit announcements, and ‘preaching and teaching’ to ensure that “faith counts” in 2020. We will work through our broad countywide coalition of member congregations that are trusted institutions attended regularly by their HTC congregants.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,African Americans,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,Veterans,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,One-on-One,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach,Technical Assistance
Spanish Tagalog Vietnamese
9223725Dinora Reyesdinora@sdop.net
(619) 840-9127
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San Diego Urban Warriors Inc.
San Diego Urban Warriors provide weekly event and activities that will include census education and information in our targeted communities. In addition, SDUW will conduct outreach activities such as door to door canvasing, census education workshops, supported by social media promoting how to submit census information.
Latinos,African Americans,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,LGTBQ individuals and families,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Immigrants and Refugees,Seniors/Older Adults,Veterans,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Technical Assistance,Community Education,Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish664Dajahn BlevinsSDKuumbafest@yahoo.com
(619) 252-6314
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Somali Family Service of San Diego
SFS proposes to implement a robust, coordinated outreach and communication effort focused on reaching a defined hard-to-count population primarily located in the City Heights community pf the City of San Diego.SFS will collaborate with local and regional community-based organizations and school districts to help Californians understand the importance of the 2020 Census and know that their information will remain private and dispel misinformation.
African Americans,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,One-on-One,Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Somali Amharic
1414Ahmed Sahidahmed@sfssd.org
(619) 265-5821, ext. 201
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The Chicano Federation
To maximize our extensive network or in home childcare providers, community partners and exclusive access to health clinics throughout Southern San Diego to educate community members about the census and help community members complete the census. We will accomplish this by establishing counting centers, having dedicated outreach staff and leveraging our reputation and established trust with the Latino community due to our heritage and 50 years of doing community outreach and engagement.
Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Children 0-5,Areas with low broadband access,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Technical Assistance,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Digital Media Outreach,Promotion,One-on-One
SpanishSomaliArabic
12522Roberto Cantarralcantar@chicanofederation.org
(619) 316-9997
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The San Diego LGBT Community Center (The Center)
The Center’s strategy is to collaborate with established networks to engage the broadest segment of San Diego County, and our expertise is in conducting data-driven outreach activities with diverse communities, including: (1) face-to-face contact at our five facilities and events across the County, (2) our community center’s experience as an assistance center, (3) phone and text banks and canvassing, (4) an extensive social media and e-news reach, and (5) strong LGBTQ and local media partnerships—in English and Spanish. Established in 1972 to promote LGBTQ health/wellness and human rights, The Center benefits from branding and strong name identification as a trusted messenger to the LGBTQ community; we currently engage over 246,000 people annually through direct services, social media and e-news outreach, and civic engagement activities.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,People with Disabilities,LGTBQ individuals and families,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Phone Banking,Coalition Building,Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish142257Caroline Dessertcdessert@thecentersd.org
(619) 692-2077
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Think Dignity
Our strategy's based in our vision for San Diego as a place where basic dignity is understood to be a universal human right; where everyone has a voice; and where those who suffer from a lack of services have a safe place from which they can be heard.Our staff is trauma-informed, linguistically & cross-culturally sensitive with lived experiences and have gained a trusted relationship with our diverse community members from hard-to-reach populations at the Mobile Operations of Dignity, Transitional Storage Center, Homeless Youth Legal & Advocacy Project, Basic Dignity Coalition, Survival Distribution and our other efforts throughout San Diego County.
African Americans,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Veterans,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Coalition Building,Train-the-Trainer Services,One-on-One,Digital Media Outreach,Community Education,Technical Assistance,Promotion
Spanish Tagalog French
952182Merlynn Watanabemerlynn@thinkdignity.org
(858) 490-4900
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Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
UPAC's strategy is to recognize the diverse ethnic and cultural identities and strengths of San Diego's diverse API and other ethnic communities and their need for self-sufficiency. UPAC is a trusted messaged in the API and other HTC communities through the provision of culturally sensitive mental health, substance abuse and other social services to these populations for more than 45 years.
Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,People with Disabilities,LGTBQ individuals and families,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services,Coalition Building,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Japanese Tagalog Vietnamese MandarinSomali Karen Karenni Ethiopian Nepali Native Hawaiian
12222510Gayle Homghom-contractor@upacsd.com
(858) 336-4165
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United Missionary Churches/Connecting Hope
To use the community churches as a trusted messenger. Members of churches have family members and others in their circles of influence who are numbered as HTC's. These can be reached by those of the church and feel safe to release their information.
African Americans,Latinos,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders,Immigrants and Refugees,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Seniors/Older Adults,Veterans,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Phone Banking,One-on-One,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs)
Spanish Japanese Ethiopian
141553Ray L. Smithpastorsmithp27@gmail.com
(619) 451-6551
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Urban League of San Diego County
The Urban League of San Diego will utilize our current outreach and marketing systems to educate our community about the importance of completing the census.

We are a historical civil rights organization with a 66 year track record of serving those that have been historically under served in our community.
African Americans,Latinos
Events,Community Education,Coalition Building,Technical Assistance
Spanish124433Al Abdallahal@sdul.org
(619) 266-6244
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Vista Community Clinic
Vista Community Clinic (VCC) engages in extensive community outreach and clinic inreach and education efforts in its North Coastal service region, and will incorporate Census education efforts in all of these activities, including invoking the 30 Lideres Comunitarios (community leaders) who engage in community development efforts through VCC’s Poder Popular program to expand the reach of this Census education effort. VCCis a trusted messenger because: the organization has served its region for 47 years; a substantial majority of VCC’s staff reflects VCC’s prime service community and its members;VCC’s Health Promotion Center has decades of experience in developing relationships of trust with the target community and in developing leadership within that community itself; and because VCC did similar Census work funded by The California Endowment in 2010.
Latinos,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,One-on-One,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish1223Nannette Stammnstamm@vcc.org
760-631-5000, x7145
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YMCA of San Diego County, Childcare Resource Service
The YMCA, an established community organization that has a positive reputation for serving families and reaches 1 in 8 adults and 1 in 5 children in San Diego County, will incorporate Census 2020 awareness and completion activities into its existingYMCA Community Support Services programs that reach more than 10,000 youth and families throughout San Diego County. Upon notice of award through the follow-up period in July 2020, activities will include one-on-one interactions during case management sessions and client meetings, canvassing during outreach sessions, distribution of promotional collateral, and tabling events with families in the community.
Children 0-5,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Latinos
Door-to-Door Canvassing,Events,Promotion,One-on-One,Digital Media Outreach
SpanishArabic
1425409045Aimee Zietzazeitz@ymca.org
(619) 521-3055 x1413
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Youth Will
We will train and equip youth from HTC communities with the knowledge, skills, and support to increase Census 2020 participation through direct neighbor-to-neighbor outreach, community events, and targeted social media. While we have meaningful partnerships with schools and youth and student organization, our credibility within each community will be derived from the young folks who live in and understand the communities they are communicating with.
Latinos,African Americans,Middle Eastern/Northern Africans,Immigrants and Refugees,Households with Limited English Proficiency,LGTBQ individuals and families,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders
Coalition Building,Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Community Education,One-on-One,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish VietnameseSomaliArabicSwahili
82242Sean Elosean@youthwill.org
(619) 908-0148
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California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (CRLA)
To increase census participation, CRLA will incorporate census advocacy into all aspects of its service provision during the grant period as part of its “census-in-all-work” engagement strategy, provide census-specific education and outreach, coordinate its efforts with other San Diego and Imperial county organizations, and verify that hard-to-count (HTC) community members have been contacted by an enumerator during the Non-Response Follow-Up period. CRLA serves as a trusted resource for the thousands of HTC community members that seek its assistance and legal advice each year, and the organization has decades of experience providing culturally and linguistically appropriate outreach and education to the hardest-to-reach Californians.
Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,People with Disabilities,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Technical Assistance,Train-the-Trainer Services,Community Education,Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
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Lupe Quintero, Director of Community Workers (Based in El Centro); Reina Canale, Census Coordinator (Based in Oakland); Ilene Jacobs, Director of Litigation, Advocacy and Training (Based in Marysville)
rcanale@crla.org, spodesta@crla.org
(530) 742-5191, ext. 2812
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Campesinos Unidos, Inc.
CUI has been providing services to the low-income community of Imperial County for the last 48 years. CUI serves more than twenty thousand individuals per year in Imperial and San Diego Counties. CUI will provide one-on-one Census education to Imperial County clients. It is to our best interest to have an accurate 2020 Census count; an accurate Census count can mean more funds for services to Imperial County residents.
Latinos,African Americans,Farmworkers,People with Disabilities,LGTBQ individuals and families,Homeless Individuals and Families/Nonconventional Housing,Veterans,Seniors/Older Adults,Children 0-5,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access,Immigrants and Refugees
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Guadalupe L. Ponce, CSBG Director
gponce@campesinosunidos.org
(760) 370-5129
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Comite Civico del Valle, Inc.
Comite Civico del Valle has built its trust working through different projects in our community, interacting with the community at large as well as one-on-one personal interactions through different events and various outreach strategies, such as community canvassing, attending public community events, hosting events, and using digital platforms and social media.Providing tailored and accurate information for the resilient community of Imperial County has helped build the trust between Comite Civico del Valle and the community, providing this information in their primary language, with digestible language, and appealing materials to engage them into what is relevant in our community.
Latinos,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,People with Disabilities,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Door-to-Door Canvassing,One-on-One,Coalition Building,Technical Assistance,Community Education,Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
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Luis Olmedo -Executive Director -Miguel Hernandez- Communications Coordinator
luis@ccvhealth.org
(760) 587-9952
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Friends of El Centro Community Services Foundation
The Friends of El Centro Community Services is a foundation comprised of members of the community who volunteer their time to promote the various aspects of Community Services Department, particularly those associated with the Library and Parks & Recreation Divisions and the clientele they serve.All of the satellite offices for these divisions have large community usage and all are located in area with an HTC index of 73 or higher.Some of the recreational facilities have a 114 HTC Index. The staff of these facilities work closely with the people who utilize the various services provided and have a good rapport with these community members.
Latinos,African Americans,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,People with Disabilities,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Community Education,Assistance Centers (QAKs & QACs),Promotion,Digital Media Outreach
Spanish6Alex Cardenas, President
(760) 337-4543
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Imperial Valley Food Bank
We are in our 28th year of operation providing food to those in need in Imperial County through distributions, outreach and the Weekend Backpack Program. Through our long-established network of agency partnerships and extensive history of direct service to the HTC population, we are in an excellent position to be considered a trusted messenger.
Latinos,Farmworkers,People with Disabilities,Seniors/Older Adults,Households with Limited English Proficiency,Children 0-5,Areas with low broadband access
Events,Technical Assistance,Community Education
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April King, Development Associate and Sara Griffen, Executive Director
april@ivfoodbank.org
(760) 370-0966
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United Way of Imperial County
We will provide outreach with flyers and information about how HTC individuals can complete the 2020 census.This will be done by contacting farm labor contractors, (such as El Don, Scaroni Harvesting and others)and meeting with them and their field workers at field and loading sites.These operations take place from 2 AM until late afternoon.As the seasons change, the crops being harvested vary and there are different workers employed by the contractors.If there is ice in the early AM winter months, workers will congregate at parking areas near food and fuel businesses and they will be contacted there.Spring harvests are done during times that 100 degree+ days are common, these workers will need to be contacted early AM.
Latinos,Native Americans and Tribal,Immigrants and Refugees,Farmworkers,Households with Limited English Proficiency
One-on-One,Community Education,Door-to-Door Canvassing,Events
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Ken Wuytens--Executive Director
unitedwayic.ken@att.net
(760) 355-4900
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