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Leaders Call Upon the New Administration to Partner with the Charitable Sector
11/9/2010 

New York’s charitable organizations today called upon Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo to work cooperatively with leaders of the charitable sector to preserve core services that focus on prevention, protect the needy and vulnerable, and address the needs ...


Asian American Federation and Community Partners Celebrate Successful 2010 Census
9/15/2010 

NEW YORK—For Constitution Day, September 17, the Asian American Federation and their 39 community partners celebrate the successful collaborative campaign to encourage civic participation among all Asian Americans by participating in the 2010 Census....


CENSUS 2010 CONTINUES AS IT ENTERS “DOOR-TO-DOOR” PHASE BEGINNING MAY 1ST
4/30/2010 

NEW YORK- The national Census 2010 campaign is entering a new phase beginning May 1st. US Census Bureau enumerators will start going door-to-door to further ensure that everyone is counted. The Asian American Federation wants members of the community...


ASIAN AMERICAN FEDERATION GRANTS OVER $500,000 TO COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS IN THE NORTHEAST FOR CENSUS 2010
4/9/2010 

NEW YORK- Since its outset at the end of 2009, the Asian American Federation’s Census 2010 Community Engagement Campaign, has partnered with over 30 community based organizations in New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia for Census 2010 outreach an...


Asian American Justice Center Launches Census 2010 Website
2/23/2010 

NEW YORK - In leading the effort to ensure that Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians are accurately counted in the upcoming census, the Asian American Justice Center and its partners launched a Web site to serve as a clearinghouse ...


Asian American Federation Grants $355,000 to Community Organizations for Census 2010
2/12/2010 

NEW YORK- The Asian American Federation’s Census 2010 Community Engagement Campaign kicks off at a press conference today at the Federation’s office. The campaign, a $750,000 initiative, was made possible by funding from a private foundation and the ...



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