Last Chance for Youth Voice Input

What an incredible month!  Thanks everyone who has been coming out to our assemblies, helping us to get the word out about Youth Voice, Youth Choice and submitting ideas online.  We have gotten tons of ideas of potential projects to improve our community. These ideas are the foundation for what will end up on the ballot in May and we want to continue to collect ideas until our deadline this week. This Friday, February 26th, is the last day to submit funding ideas to be considered for this process.  Project ideas need to benefit the public and be between $25,000 and $300,000. There are many ways to submit ideas which include attending our last public assembly tomorrow, hosting your own private assembly in your class or organization, submitting your idea(s) online or posting your idea using social media.  Below are more details on exactly how to attend, host and submit ideas.

Attend Our Last Public Idea Assembly:  The final public Idea assembly will be held on Tuesday, February 23rd at 5:00pm in the Seattle Center Armory, Loft Room #2 (305 Harrison St, Seattle, Washington 98109). Check out our Facebook page.

Host a Mobile Assembly Yourself:   Do you work with a group that would have great ideas on how to improve our community? Anyone can host a Mobile Assembly to gather ideas from community members and contribute them to the Youth Voice, Youth Choice pool of ideas. Host a Mobile Assembly at an existing meeting, special event, or classroom in an hour or less. The first page of the Mobile Assembly Toolkit explains step by step how to run the assembly.
Share your Idea Online:  Can't attend an Idea Assembly to share your thoughts on what to do with $700,000 of the City budget?  Community members of any age can suggest project ideas online. Submit your idea using this form. 
Or, simply post your idea on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #YouthVoiceSea
Facebook - Youth Voice, Youth Choice
Instagram - @youthvoiceyouthchoice
Twitter - @seayouthvoice

Rahwa Habte
Youth Engagement Strategic Advisor
O: 206.615-2008 | C: 206.437.5541


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