Meeting Archive:
Census 2020: Fundraising for Get Out the Count


Meeting Description:
There are many questions floating around the 2020 Census. Will the citizenship question appear? Will the shift to a digital based questionnaire result in undercounting? Will the Census Bureau be fully prepared by 2020? Nonprofits may be asking themselves "Will my organization participate in Census work? Can we raise money to support our efforts?"
 
Nonprofit VOTE wants to help nonprofit organizations across the country get to YES on both of those questions. Join us on February 14th for the first of a 2 part series on fundraising and planning for Census 2020. On this webinar we will hear from featured speaker Debbie McKeon from the Council of Michigan Foundations about how to develop relationships with funders, prepare materials, and make an ask to support your Census 2020 work. We'll also have Jay Young from Common Cause IL to their tips and insights for how nonprofits can approach census in a way that works for your organization..
 
Save the date for part 2: Census 2020: Planning for your Get Out the Count Work at 2pm ET on February 21st.
Details
Date: Thu, Feb 14, 2019
Time: 12:30 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Caitlin Donnelly
 Presenter Information
Debbie McKeon
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Debbie is executive VP and COO for the Council of Michigan Foundations, where she leads the team in design, coordination and implementation of the organization’s strategic vision and framework, suite of services, special initiatives and embedded diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. Current leadership initiatives include Census 2020, Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation, Great Lakes One Water Partnership, Launch Michigan (education) and the Impact Investing HUB. Debbie brings her previous experience supporting collective impact models, especially utilizing network and systems change practices, to CMF’s leadership initiatives.

Jay Young
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Jay is Political Director for Common Cause Illinois. He is responsible for tracking, analyzing, and building campaigns around legislation on issues concerning open governance and money in politics. Before joining Common Cause, Jay served as an administrator for a statewide early childhood program and worked at the state level with public and private stakeholders to develop supports for Illinois children and families with the greatest needs. Selected as one of the state’s thought leaders in building and strengthening local community collaborations, Jay has travelled all over Illinois to talk to families who no longer feel that they have a voice.