Support Workers Party of Britain in Birmingham

by Workers Party of Britain in Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Support Workers Party of Britain in Birmingham

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Keep what you raise – this project will receive all pledges made by 24th January 2022 at 3:41pm

The Workers Party of Britain in Birmingham is preparing to stand in a number of Wards in 2022. We need your help.

by Workers Party of Britain in Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom

New stretch target


The Workers Party is committed to electoral campaigning as well as our grassroots work in communities and the labour movement. In 2022 we'll be taking every opportunity afforded by the local elections to win new support for the Party and get Workers Party candidates elected. 

This campaign is to raise funds to lay the foundations of our 2022 campaign. We've already distributed 30,000 flyers in target seats and signed up hundreds of residents to our local campaigns, but we need to expand this work and lay the foundations for a spectacular victory in 2022 over the career politicians taking Birmingham for granted.

Fighting elections costs money, and we rely entirely upon our members, affiliates and supporters to meet the costs of campaigning activities. 

In George Galloway we have a proven winner. As leader of the Workers Party of Britain, George sets the example for how to put on a good campaign, how to mobilise support and how to win against all odds.

P.S. The technical bit...

All donations will go to the Workers Party of Britain to help our campaigning in the elections in Birmingham wards in 2022.

We're required to run permissibility checks on donations over £500. These will be completed as pledges are made. For the same reason, we cannot accept anonymous donations over £500.

If you make multiple donations to us, they may be aggregated for our reporting purposes.

Your details will appear in our election returns if valued over £500, and if you donate over £7500 your identity will appear on the Electoral Commission website.

The Workers Party of Britain is registered with the Electoral Commission, and as such all of the rules and regulations governing political parties around finance (PPERA) apply.

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