New stretch target
My target of £1400 is to print 60k double-sided leaflets. The Royal Mail will put one through the letterbox of each house in the area with some left over for events.
However, there are 78k voters in the constituency. If I raise more money I can put a voter's name and address on each leaflet, which means they will get to far more people - targeting people not just houses.
Any extra money I raise will be spent on materials to spread the word about what's happened to the NHS.
Help spread the word about what's really happening to the NHS by funding a mailshot to 60k voters from the National Health Action Party - it will cost £1,400
About the project
- I’m standing for the National Health Action Party in Camberwell and Peckham
- We’re fighting against the privatisation of our NHS, which is already happening. Letting private companies deliver healthcare for the NHS costs us more (about £5bn a year in new admin costs alone) and has worse patient outcomes as more money goes on shareholder profit. Read more about the NHA here: www.nhap.org and my campaign www.nhap.org/rebecca-fox
- My main aim in standing is to tell as many people as possible what's happening and why
- It’s not about getting elected - it is a safe Labour seat. It’s about using the election as an opportunity to spread awareness of what MPs are doing to our NHS. I’m also aiming for a strong vote to send a message to the next government, of whichever party, to stop destroying our NHS
- A very important part of this is the free mailout that the Royal Mail does for every candidate
- So I have the opportunity to send a leaflet to all voters in my area, for free; we just have to provide the leaflets
- This would go to more than 60,000 people
- So far, I have been funding the campaign myself, but with your help I can get our message to thousands more people who otherwise won’t be reached
- It will cost £1,400 to produce this leaflet (the postage is free)
- Can you chip in? and even better... can you chip in and send this appeal to others?
THANK YOU - on behalf of the NHS