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June 22, 2020

Boulder County 2020 census team collaborates with Foothills Zonta Club

Youth make a difference through advocacy and civic engagement in 2020 census

Boulder County, Colo. - The Boulder County 2020 census team and Foothills Zonta Club has partnered to conduct an upcoming 2020 census campaign to hang door hangers at Boulder Meadow on Wednesday, June 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Foothills Zonta Club recognizes the importance of having everyone counted and will dedicate time and efforts in their neighborhood. There will be a dozen Zonta Club members making sure that 600+ homes in their community respond to the census.

What: 2020 Census Door Hanging Campaign by Foothills Zonta Club
When: Wednesday, June 24
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“The Boulder High Pantherz Club and the Flatirons Golden Z Club are supporting and advocating for highs school students to graduate and to get involved in civic duties in their communities, like volunteering in creating 2020 Census awareness in their community and neighborhoods,” said Pam Malzbender, Zonta Club program coordinator at Boulder High School. The Pantherz (current high school student members) and Golden Z club (former Pantherz graduated student members) are part of the Foothillz Zonta Club that is mobilizing students to get involved in the 2020 census.

Foothills Zonta Club supports under-resourced women and girls who face obstacles to education. Through scholarships, advocacy, mentoring and other hands-on service, the club supports women's education and empowerment. Zonta Club promotes advocacy and civic engagement among its members and are volunteering to assist with Boulder County’s 2020 Census campaign titled “Everyone Counts in Boulder County.”

Boulder County’s 2020 census team is made of up dedicated professionals within Boulder County Community Services’ Community Action Programs (CAP), community foundations, nonprofit partners, and other partner organizations to conduct count efforts across Boulder County. Boulder County’s 2020 census team aims to count every resident in Boulder County by August 2020. Boulder County Community Action Programs focuses on community organizing and advocacy.

To complete the census online, visit 2020census.gov. The deadline to respond has been extended to Aug. 14, 2020. Visit boco.org/census to learn more about the Boulder County 2020 Census. For more information, please contact Carmen Faucette, Boulder County 2020 Census Outreach Coordinator at cfaucette@bouldercounty.org.

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