Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives Releases New GOCI TV Episode
2020 Kickoff includes Dogs for Veterans, Census Outreach, and MLK Day of Service
ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives (GOCI) today released the second episode of GOCI TV – Monthly Impact Series. Every month, the video recaps how the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives changes Maryland for the better, in collaboration with hundreds of partners across the state. GOCI serves as the community outreach arm for the Hogan-Rutherford Administration.
January By The Numbers:
- The Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives connected 6,500 Marylanders with state resources through 32 events and 12 partnerships.
- Nearly 100 donated books, pieces of furniture, kitchen supplies, and hygiene bags were delivered to Marylanders in need.
- More than 1,000 volunteers responded to Governor Hogan’s call to serve others by committing over 2,200 hours at 17 AmeriCorps sites during the 2020 Martin Luther King Day.
- The 2020 Census is supported by nearly 100 Governor’s ethnic commissioners targeting hard-to-count populations and 2.7 million ethnic Marylanders.
- The Banneker-Douglass Museum welcomes more than 10,000 visitors in 2019 and opens a new exhibit on February 15, honoring milestones in the history of African American rights to vote.