The Count All Kids Committee has compiled this comprehensive set of resources to ensure that the youngest (and hardest to count) among us are ALL reflected in the 2020 US Census.

The Count All Kids Campaign is a public outreach effort to work with advocates, state and local policy makers, service providers and others to persuade families with young children to fill out the census questionnaire and include their children.

From Count All Kids:

The Count All Kids Committee is a group of national, state and local children’s organizations and allies that have joined together to ensure our nation’s children are counted in the 2020 Census. Together, committee members lift up the importance of counting children in the census among the public, advocates and allies, and federal, state, and local policymakers, and identify opportunities to improve the count of children, especially young children, in 2020.

Below they have provided resources ranging from fact sheets to posters to official U.S. Census Bureau materials, all related to getting out the count of children, especially those under five:


Fact Sheets for Census Organizers & Advocates


More Resources for Census Organizers & Advocates


How to Respond


Multi-Lingual Census Fact Sheets




Texas-Specific Fact Sheets