The votes have been counted and eight of 11 applicants will get a chunk of the Participatory Budgeting’s Cycle 7  $547,000 set aside by the city.

Basic Need Resources and Services for Homeless, with partner Fighting Back Partnership, received the most votes — 545 — and is set to receive $75,000. No Child Goes Hungry, with Fighting Back again involved, this time with Faith Food Fridays and the Vallejo City Unified School District, totaled 535 votes and is earmarked for $74,800.

The third vote-getter with 480 was Animals Matter Project by the Humane Society of The North Bay, another $75,000 recipient. Also at $75,000 is the fourth place vote-getter with 474, Foster Youth Support Services and First Place for Youth.

Set to receive $55,950 is Meal on Wheels, which garnered 399 votes, followed by the 329 votes received by the Firefighter Youth Academy, which gets $60,000.