VCCF and the County of Ventura recently awarded more than $350,000 to Community Based Organizations throughout the county. The purpose of this second round of funding is to support and provide outreach activities to hard-to-count populations as part of the 2020 Census for Ventura County.

Proposed activities range from creating educational materials, providing trainings, putting on language-specific plays, coordinating Census events, to hosting Questionnaire Assistance Centers and Questionnaire Action Kiosks at their facilities. The deadline for the next round of funding is February 29, 2020.

Applicants can apply here.

 

The grantees and amounts awarded are as follows:

Autism Society of Ventura County $1,000.00
Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo $3,700.00
Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clara Valley $11,100.00
California State University Channel Islands $57,150.00
Child Development Resources $25,590.00
City of Camarillo $11,000.00
City of Fillmore $6,000.00
City of Moorpark $1,250.00
City of Moorpark $5,600.00
Community Action of Ventura County $26,786.00
Conejo Valley Senior Concerns $5,000.00
Council on American-Islamic Relations $15,000.00
Diversity Collective $7,000.00
Food Share $21,500.00
La Hermandad Hank Lacayo Youth and Family Center $5,000.00
Matter Labs $22,500.00
Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project $25,000.00
Nueva Vista Media, Inc. $15,000.00
Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District $2,500.00
Promotoras y Promotores Foundation $3,055.00
Reiter Affiliated Companies $6,204.50
Ruben Castro Charities $5,000.00
Turning Point Foundation $40,000.00
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – Ventura County $12,000.00
Ventura County Office of Education $27,724.22

 

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