How 29,000 New Yorkers voted to Spend $1.3M
See the full tally of results, click here.
Descriptions of the winning proposals are available by clicking on the hyperlinks below
To address hunger, New Yorkers voted to fund:
- Community Garden in Briarwood | Arab-American Family Support Center
- Meals for Community: Prepared Meals on the Go in Hunts Point and Longwood | Urban Health Plan
- School Community Fridges in the Lower East Side and Chinatown | Good Old Lower East Side, INC.
To address mental health, residents voted to fund:
- Reaching the Underserved Business Community in Flatlands and Canarsie | Southern Community Development Corporation
- Mental Health Workshops for South Asian Parents/Caregivers in Queens Village | Project New Yorker
- Resource and Job Fair in East Harlem | Human Services Consortium of East Harlem
- Frontline Mental Health Advocacy through Barber Shops & Salons in Coney Island | Southern Community Development Corporation
- Youth Farmers afterschool program in Flatbush and Midwood | COPO
- Wellness Month in Sunset Park | Academy of Medical & Public Health Services (AMPHS)
- Youth Mentoring Engaging Community Role Models in Queensbridge and Astoria | Jacob A. Riis Settlement
- Mentally Healthy Fair in East New York and Starrett City | Eleven3seven5
- Coping with Isolation & Depression for Youth in Morningside Heights and Hamilton Heights | One Hundred Black Men of New York
- Wellness Center in East Flatbush | Mindful Moves
- Building mental health capacity in Bushwick in Bushwick | El Puente
- Mental Health Stressors Associated with Gun Violence in Central Harlem | New York State Conference of NAACP Branches
- Safe Space in Jamaica and Hollis | India Home, Inc.
- Seniors in Tech in Woodhaven, Richmond Hill, South Ozone Park | Commonpoint Queens
To reduce gun violence, residents voted to fund
- You and I in Mott Haven, Melrose, Morrisania, and Crotona | Hispanic Federation
- We Are Corona in Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, and Corona | Community Mediation Services, Inc.
- Prevention is Better than Cure in Parkchester and Soundview | Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice, Inc.
- Stop Gun Violence Community Forum in Highbridge and Concourse | Muslim Women's Institute for Research and Development
To support youth programming, residents voted to fund
- Youth’s Career Development & Exploration in Washington Heights and Inwood | National Black Leadership Commission on Health
- Youth Financial Literacy in Williamsbridge and Baychester, Edenwald | Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation
- Community Sip & Paint in Kew Gardens and Woodhaven | Indo-Caribbean Alliance
- Build-A-Bench & Paint-A-Bench in Bedford Stuyvesant | Bridge Street Development Corporation
- Next Level-College Prep in Belmont and East Tremont | Determined to Educate, Inc.
- Next S.T.E.P.S (Striving Toward Engagement and Peaceful Solutions) Program in Brownsville | RiseBoro Community Partnerships
- Bridging the Technology Gap in Rockaway and Broad Channel | Rockaway Development & Revitalization Corporation
- Mental Health Training & Community Outreach in St. George, Stapleton, Port Richmond | Project Hospitality
- Hands on photography in Fordham and University Heights | African International Collaborative Center (AICC)
Youth Soccer League in Kingsbridge | African Life Center, ALC.
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