New stretch target
Our Stretch Target is £2000 to fund additional campaigning. This will allow us to send a freepost leaflet to Salford and Eccles and therefore also aiding our target ward of Irwell Riverside.
Salford Green Party is a thriving local party. We are gaining new members daily, holding events more frequently than ever and we're challenging elections that we've never challenged before. But to do so, we really need your help!
In 2014, despite only standing in 8 wards, we came fourth across the city, doubling the Liberal Democrat vote . This time, along with our parliamentary candidates, we will be fielding a full slate of 20 candidates, allowing more people to vote green in Salford than ever before!
Unlike other political parties, the Green Party receives no corporate backing, no union subscriptions and receives minimal donations from other sources, so we really need YOUR help!
How can you help?
We need your help to enable us to stand in three local constituencies in the upcoming general election: Salford and Eccles, Worsley and Eccles South and Blackley and Broughton (which we share with Manchester Green Party).
About our Candidates
Emma Van Dyke is standing in Salford and Eccles. Born in Belfast, Emma moved to Salford in 2011 and became involved in politics after seeing the effects of austerity on the most vunerable in society. She is the Chair of Salford Green Party.
In Worsley and Eccles South, local man and proud Salfordian Christopher Bertenshaw is standing. With a degree in politics and a passion for the outdoors, the Green Party is the perfect home for his social-enviromental ideals.
The candidacy for Blackley and Broughton will be announced shortly.
**Please ensure you are on the electoral register - this is a requirement of donating to a political party. And you'll need to be on it to vote next year - register here if you're not.**
*If you pledge £500 or over, you must be willing to provide your contact details and address.*
Promoted by David Jones on behalf of Salford Green Party, both at 12 Kenneth Square, Salford.