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With a new decade comes a new census. Responding to the decennial #2020Census is our civic duty and it can greatly benefit our community. Learn more at 2020census.gov and get ready to respond in March! The #2020Census is coming – and you should respond. Indiana receives more than $11 billion in funding as result of accurate census data. Making sure you’re counted can ensure this funding goes to our community and its programs. More info: 2020census.gov Census data affects the allocation of funding for Delaware County’s schools, community organizations, and government. For more information on how to support our community, visit 2020census.gov. Being counted in the census can leave a lasting positive impact on our future generations. Make sure their future is bright by ensuring Delaware County receives funding for its schools. Your privacy is important. That’s why the Census Bureau is legally required to ensure your data remains anonymous. You don’t have to pick between your privacy and your community! More info: 2020census.gov/en/data-protection.html Businesses often reference census data to determine where to expand to. Let’s make sure that data is complete and accurate by responding to the #2020Census. More info: 2020census.gov You can start responding to the #2020Census this week! On March 12th, the U.S. Census Bureau will mail out forms detailing how to respond to the census online, via mail, or by phone. Check your mail for an easy way to support your community! The U.S. Census Bureau has sent details on how to respond to the census online, via mail, or by phone. Pick the most convenient method for you and get counted! The federal government uses census data to fund programs that help those in need within our communities. Get counted – your contribution to a complete, accurate count can improve lives across the country. Find out how: 2020census.gov Take the census while you wait for the MITS! It only takes a few minutes. Online responding makes supporting Delaware County easier than ever. You can also respond by mail and telephone. Learn more at 2020census.gov Stay safe this census season. The Census Bureau will never ask for certain information, including your Social Security number, bank account number, or credit card numbers. More info: 2020census.gov/en/avoiding-fraud.html The holidays may be over, but there’s still one more gift to give. Respond to the #2020Census this spring and ensure your community receives its funding and representation for the coming decade. Missed Census Day? No need to worry – you can still get counted. Respond to the #2020Census online or by mail before April 27th or in person when census takers begin going door-to-door. Wondering what the census will ask? Here are the questions! [link] Remember: any identifying information is only used as verification to protect the quality of the data. The U.S. Census Bureau is legally required to keep your information anonymous. Census Week is coming! From March 28th to April 5th, join members of you community to facilitate and celebrate getting counted in the #2020Census. Lean more: munciecensus.com/census-week