Vote for Pick My Project to support community Harmony.

Dear Friend.  We need your help!

We are initiating a great project to promote community harmony in the city Wyndham (Werribee, Hoppers Crossing, Point Cook, Tarneit, Truganina and Wyndham vale)

Your vote could help us receive much needed funding. 

Voting closes this Sunday, 16th September. Your vote can help us. 

 

Please follow these steps for Voting  – 

  1. Go to https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/and click on ‘register’ (top right corner). You can register with Facebook, Google or Email.
  2. Complete your profile (Username, First Name, Last Name, Address, Postcode, Email ID, Mobile #, Age. Click on ‘Complete my Registration’.
  3. An account will be created but will be initially inactive until you activate it.
  4. To activate it please check your inbox associated with the email you provided, for a message from Pick My Projectand click the activation link ‘Confirm My Account’ within it.
  5. Go to https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/. Browse projects in Wyndham by entering the postcode (example: Werribee 3030) or by clicking ‘Search’ (top right corner). Enter search keyword ‘Wyndham Harmony Van (WHV)’
  6. Shortlist WHV and two other projects of your choice.
  7. Submit VOTE, verify your mobile number (last step).
  8. After you submit vote, go to WHV page https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/rounds/pick-my-project/ideas/wyndham-harmony-van
  9. Scroll down the page and login to leave a comment.
  10. You can vote for a project, even if you are not a wyndham/werribee resident, as long as you live in Victoria.  You will just need to register and change your location to Werribee and then select 3 projects in the werribee area. You will not be able to mix projects from two different areas (such as Werribee and Dandenong), only one area.  

Need help with voting? Please email info@africamediaaustralia.com  or call 0437724469

Why vote for this project?

African communities in Wyndham have been under pressure, due to some issues that have involved youth offending in the area late last year and early this year. All African communities are affected by this issue even if the offending was only from a tiny group of young people. We are working to help address the issues through through education and raising awareness. 

Kind regards 

 

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