The Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland is a nonprofit organization and the designated Community Action Agency for Cuyahoga County that operates programs and services dedicated to transforming lives. The Council delivers education, personal and professional development programs and support services to residents of Greater Cleveland.

In order for CEOGC to effectively impact the communities we serve, funding is paramount and in order for funding to continue to come in for our programs, the census must be completed. Help us further our mission by taking the time to fill out a census for your family.

Click here to fill out the Census online and to find out ALL other information on how to respond

Here are more links regarding important 2020 Census information:

US Census Bureau’s statement debunking this myth – Your answers cannot be used to impact your eligibility for any government benefits, including any potential stimulus package.

What Are and Are Not Permissible Questions on the Census?The Cuyahoga County Complete Count Committee is actively working to let people know what they can expect, so they can count hard to reach communities, ones that are often missed. CENSUS WORKERS WON’T KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR IF YOU FILL IT OUT ONLINE, BY MAIL, OR BY PHONE.

Announced Census 2020 mini-grants will help reach hard to count communities in Northeastern Ohio, Franklin County, and Hamilton County (press release)

Don’t confuse this political notice with the real 2020 U.S. census coming in March; the GOP is just fishing for info and money – At least some people in Northeast Ohio and maybe beyond recently received an “official document” in the mail labeled the 2020 Congressional District Census. But don’t confuse it with the real 2020 U.S. Census notices that will begin going out in the mail in mid-March.

Ohio House Speaker on Voucher Program Overhaul; 2020 Census; Science Café: ISS – We’ll discuss why the U.S. Census is so important and efforts being made to assure an accurate count. Plus, a Science Cafe conversation about NASA Glenn’s role in powering the International Space Station.

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