Census Bureau Recognizes Community Partners

Posted on Wednesday March 03, 2021
Groups throughout the Township made sure #CheltenhamCounts!

“I want to thank everyone in my ward who completed the Census, even during these tough times, for helping to make a difference in our community.” - Commissioner Irv Brockington, Ward 7

Several Cheltenham organizations are among those recently recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau as Community Partners and Supporters in the 2020 Census.

Organizations and businesses were recognized for their commitment to informing their members, employees, volunteers, tenants, and/or customers that completing the 2020 Census was easy, safe, and important. For some, it also included outreach to stakeholders and the community to dispel misconceptions and promote participation in the Census.  The following list names those who received recognition for this important mission in Cheltenham Township:

  • 154th Legislative District Office
  • 3rd Ward Cheltenham Township
  • 4th Ward Cheltenham Township
  • 7th Ward Cheltenham Township
  • Accel Academy
  • Albert Einstein Healthcare Network Elkins Park Campus
  • Anita T. Conner & Associates
  • Annunciation Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church
  • Arcadia University
  • Beth Sholom Congregation
  • Black History Showcase
  • Cheltenham NAACP
  • Cheltenham School District
  • Cheltenham Township
  • Communities that Care
  • East Cheltenham Free Library
  • Glenside Library
  • Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church
  • The Korea Times Philadelphia
  • Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia
  • Lynnewood Gardens
  • Oak Street Health
  • PA State Rep. Steve McCarter
  • Ukrainian Federation of America
  • Walmart

“The 2020 Census was a critical opportunity to make sure every Cheltenham voice counts for the coming decade.  Enthusiastic thanks to all of you organizers and  boots-on-the-ground enumerators for trying to ensure that Cheltenham residents will get their fair share of federal representation and resources.  Special thanks as well to our residents for overcoming whatever reluctance you might have felt in order to participate in the count.” - Commissioner Ann Rappoport, Ward 4

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