Stories of Participatory Budgeting in Action
Tell us about yourself. My name is Krystal Peartree. I‘m a New York native and currently live in the Parkchester section of the Bronx, but grew up in the Hunts Point neighborhood of the South Bronx. I’ve just started a position at the NYC Department of Environmental Protection as an Analyst of M/WBE Programs. I’ve…
Tell us about yourself. My name is Mamnunul (Mamnun) Haq. I immigrated to the US from Bangladesh twenty two years ago and live on Ocean Parkway, in Kensington, Brooklyn with my wife and children. I’m working as a Community Health Worker for the DREAM Project at the Center for the Study of Asian American Health,…
Tell us about yourself. My name is Lynda Daniels, I am a native Vallejoan, I am Vice Chair of the PB Vallejo Steering Committee, I represent the Vallejo Branch 1081 of the NAACP, and I am a member and Administrator at Kyles Temple AME Zion Church. I am retired and work more now than I…
How Participatory Budgeting Works
PB involves an annual cycle of meeting and voting, integrated into the broader decision-making process.
IMPACTS FROM PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING
Millions of dollars dedicated to community-driven projects.
People impacting change in their communities.
Local project ideas completed using public funds.
Our Resource Center
PBP creates and shares toolkits, guides, templates and best practice materials to support your participatory budgeting process work.