Did you know an undercount in Kansas means that your community could miss out on approximately $52,466.40 in federal funding (over 10 years) for each household that is missed in the 2020 Census?
That’s $5,246.64 per year or $437.22 a month! It is vital to Kansas’ access to federal funding each household completes the 2020 Census on April 1, 2020! Don’t delay–make Kansas Count.
Learn more now at kansascounts.org. #KansasCounts #2020Census #Kansas
March 12-20 begin receiving official mail
March 30-April 1 homeless count
April 1 – Census day counted by where you live on this day
May-July home visits to people who have not responded
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