Hear ye, hear ye…Project Robin Hood voting is closed!
Eight community projects have received a share of more than $120,000 through the City’s Project Robin Hood program! While normally a $100,000 funding pool, this year additional projects were able to be funded by unspent project funds from previous years.
More than 2,600 people from across Melville jumped online to review the 13 community-led project ideas before voting for the projects they felt deserved funding.
The eight projects who received funding were (in no particular order)
- Melville Save the Bees of Australia ($19,700)
- Seeds to Seedlings ($9,523)
- Nature Play Space Brentwood ($20,000)
- Cycling Without Age ($19,996)
- Bateman Bush Tucker ($11,140)
- Attadale Bicton Hub ($19,000)
- Blossom Friendship ($9,400)
- Brentwood Comes Alive ($12,000)
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About Project Robin Hood IV
Project Robin Hood is a unique opportunity for communities to access up to $20,000 per project. Project Robin Hood can help to –
- Build relationships by breaking down barriers and working together
- Create safe and vibrant communities
- Create a sense of place…anywhere!