Cambridge Massachusetts Next Participatory Budgeting VOTE: December 2-8, 2017 ! Vote For Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless!

Cambridge Massachusetts Next Participatory Budgeting VOTE: December 2-8, 2017 ! Vote For Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless!

Vote Online at pb.cambridgema.gov or in person at one of the many voting events around town. Don't have to be a U.S. citizen to Vote!

  • Posted on: 21 November 2017
  • By: HRASHID

Peace and Sanity Be unto You All

I would like to take time now to thank the Cambridge Participatory Budget Delegates of 2017 for ranking "Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless" as number 4 of the 20 final selection to be voted upon. i worked on submitting this PB project out of concern for our Homelessness sector and mosaic, especially those who wo0n't be experiencing a Happy Thanks Giving or a Happy Holiday Season 2017. With your vote in December a difference can be made, it sad to say but there will be women and children out in the street without homeless while much of the nation enjoy the holiday season and winter months at home in the comforts of there loves ones, etc.

The Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless if voted in this year will help to elevate some of the sufferings that is experienced in the homeless sector and mosaic. The Budget delegates realized the importance of addressing the needs of the homeless by placing them at number four of the final 20 selectants. Don't you fail to do your best concerning our local homeless, vote the "Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless" in on December 2-8, 2017 here in Cambridge(site Attachments for voting sites). You can also vote online at pb.cambridgema.gov.

Once Again Remember:

TO VOTE FOR "Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless" on December 2-8, 2017!; "Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless" on December 2-8, 2017!; "Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless" on December 2-8, 2017! ; "Critical Resource Kits for the Homeless" on December 2-8, 2017!

PB Vote Week: December 2-8, 2017

Get ready to vote!

Any Cambridge resident who is at least 12 years old is eligible to vote in Participatory Budgeting, including non-U.S. citizens and university students. No ID is required - we simply ask you to sign an oath stating that you meet our eligibility requirements (live in Cambridge, are at least 12, promise to only vote one time).

Voters will be able to choose up to 5 of the 20 projects on the ballot. Check Attachments for information online about the final projects right.

The easiest way to vote is online (on this website/ pb.cambridgema.gov. ). Residents are also welcome to vote in person at one of the many events listed in the Attachments.

Yours In Peace and Sanity,
Hasson Rashid
Cambridge Continuum of Care(CoC)
Alliance of Cambridge Tenants(ACT)
Human Service News and Information TV Program(CCTV)
Graduate of Commonwealth Seminars