The Flowhesion Foundation is excited to have been selected to deliver census support in 2021. The 2021 Census will be the first ‘digital’ and online census. The Foundation has been selected to deliver support to communities in Bolton, Rochdale and Salford. Our experienced bi-lingual staff will assist individuals with required digital devices and translation services to ensure they are able to complete this vital document. Said the CEO of The Flowhesion Foundation Imam Abdul Hafeez Siddique, ‘ Once again we are reassured to see that national government has confidence in Flowhesion’s grassroots work and reach across Greater Manchester. The census project sits well within our wider vision and strategy. We strongly believe that barriers can only be reduced and disadvantaged tackled when clear data is collected. Therefore the census is a once in a decade opportunity to collect important information to plan public services, measure trends and issues. Vanessa Stoneman, The Foundation’s training and development co-ordinator added, ‘ We urge communities in Greater Manchester to fill in the census with urgency and are delighted to provide support in due course’.