New stretch target
WOW! Can't believe it. Thank you to all making this happen so quickly.
I can smell the coffee. Something is happening in politics and you can help us make 'The Quiet Revolution' a reality.
Let's push the boat out
Our stretch target is for another further £1000 to improve our stalls with proper Green Party table cloths, posters, placards and other material to improve our campaign.
It will also go towards setting up stalls at local community events to improve our outreach and run workshops to develop people's interest in democracy and political affairs.
Many thanks to everyone who already supported us so far. THANK YOU.
Why do we need funding?
We don’t have millionaire backers. We’re not supported by corporate elites. Put simply, we don’t have the resources of the other major parties. That’s why we’re turning to ordinary people to help make sure we all have a voice at the upcoming General Election. We are seeking to raise the £1200 to enable us to fight our general election campaign in the Twickenham and Richmond Park constituencies.
This will make sure that the Green Party message gets onto the doormats and kitchen tables of all voters in the two constituencies
This is also about standing realistic, genuine candidates for office. If the local and European elections are anything to go by, WE REALLY CAN DO IT!
So noone can say anymore that voting Green is a wasted vote because they never win it's just not true; these results show there are a lot of people out there who support us. And according to the neutral 'Vote for Policies' website, 27% of 1300+ people(Twickenham) and 25% of 1600+ people(Richmond Park) surveyed would vote Green based on anonymised policies!
Thanks for taking the time to look at our project, and hopefully also for your support!
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If you can’t afford to donate but would like to help, please do get in touch. Our greatest asset are the people willing to give us their time!
Please note:Any donations in excess of £500 will need to be checked to ensure that your donation is permissible - under UK electoral law you will need to be on the electoral register or a company/charity/trade union/etc. registered in the UK.