What You Can Do:
Get the word out about the 2010 Census!
Right now there are a few different ways to get in on the census momentum. Visit the Census Twitter page, watch a census YouTube video or get answers to your press-related questions at the Census Press Room.
Before you get your own form in the mail, try exploring this interactive sample form.
2010 Census Partners are government, nonprofit, corporate or community organizations that have pledged their commitment to sharing the 2010 Census message and mobilizing people to support the Census Bureau's goal of achieving a complete count.
Help your employer give back by getting them involved with the 2010 Census.
When your employer or affiliated organization gets involved with the 2010 Census, it's not just good for business; it's good for the whole community.
By supporting the 2010 Census, your employer will:
- Help your community get needed funding. Census data are used to allocate billions of dollars in government funding for new hospitals, roads, schools and other facilities. Stronger communities allow your employers to prosper, attract employees and create a better market for your products.
- Make informed decisions. Census data guide business leaders in critical decision making from product placement to where to open new stores.
- Fulfill a valuable civic duty. Supporting the 2010 Census can align your employers with the community it serves and demonstrate their commitment to being strong, active corporate citizens.
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