Place Your Votes
Project Robin Hood submissions are in! Now is the time for the community - that’s you, to vote.
You have $100,000 to allocate to the projects you want to see funded. There are 22 projects to choose from so make your vote count.
There is a minimum spend of $90,000 and remember, you can only vote once.
Voting closes Friday, 19 May 2017.
To vote and for more information on each project, select 'READ MORE' on your preferred projects and select 'FUND'.
What projects would you like to fund?
What is Project Robin Hood about?
Project Robin Hood is a participatory budgeting project, where the community decides what to do with $100,000 (provided by the City of Melville) to be split into grants of $1,000 to $20,000. The City of Melville will provide a grant only, with grant recipients to manage their own projects. For more information visit the FAQ section of this page.
Projects are presented by community groups, not-for-profit organisations, local businesses and individuals, and then the community votes online, with the most popular projects receiving funding
Project Robin Hood encourages community participation and supports the creativity of community-owned project ideas.