Rhondda Green Party Election Campaign

by Shaun Thomas in Blaenllechau, Wales, United Kingdom

Rhondda Green Party Election Campaign

£130

raised of £500 target
5
supporters
26% 3 days left
Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by December 16th 2019 at 9:56pm

Please give anything you can to help our local Green Party reach as many people as possible in the Rhondda. This must be the climate electio

by Shaun Thomas in Blaenllechau, Wales, United Kingdom

The Challenge

Elections are expensive. Unlike the other political Parties, The Green Party doesn't have huge donations from multi-national corporations. We rely on contributions from members and supporters.

This election is so important. We have just 10 years to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis and this election will decide who is in our Parliament, making key decisions, for 5 of those 10 years.

About Shaun and the Green Party

Shaun grew up in Ferndale, in the Rhondda Fach and has lived in the Valleys most of his life. He studied Prehistoric Archaeology in Sheffield.

The Green Party is different. We are offering a change from the tribal, two-party-dominated political landscape and putting the most important issues on the agenda. We need more Green representation in Parliament to maximise our impact.

This MUST be the Climate Election. We simply won't get another chance. With more Green MPs elected, we can rise to the challenges of climate change, Brexit and inequality.

What I'm calling for:

1. A confirmatory vote on the Brexit deal

2. A Green New Deal, offering people well-paid jobs in sustainable industries and a local transport revolution.

3. An end to poverty and austerity, through schemes like a 4-day-week, Universal Basic Income and more.

You can join us

Any money you chip in will go on leaflets and posters to help let everyone in the Rhonnda know what we're standing for.

For context, £200 will allow us to print approximately 2000 leaflets.

Let's make 'Rhondda Green Party Election Campaign' happen

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