Sheffield Green Party can make a significant impact in the city wide local elections on May 5th!
We 'Sheffield Green Party' invite you to get involved in working for justice, equality and protection of the natural resources that sustain us, to transform Sheffield into fairer, greener places to live and work.
We will achieve this by promoting:
– co-operative and socially just local economies;
– inclusive, diverse and caring communities; and
– fairness and wellbeing for everyone and our environment
Today we’re asking you for a donation that will make it possible for us to spread this message to voters across Sheffield.
£1000 will pay for the print of newsletters to be distributed to residents. This will enable us to reach areas, and voters, that are beyond our financial and physical reach as a party.
These elections are the first ‘all out’ elections in Sheffield for many years and as such offer an opportunity for a fresh start for Sheffield with a completely new Council (usually local Council Councillors are elected ‘by thirds’ with one Councillor per ward being elected for a three year term coming round in rotation). As all Council seats are up for grabs this is a fantastic opportunity for Sheffield to vote for politicians with ideas focussed on the future and increase the amount of Green Party Councillors we already have. The Green Party is a growing force on Sheffield City Council and electing more Green Councillors gives local people the opportunity to break with the past.
Unlike the other main parties, The Green Party will only accept donations from businesses that operate ethically, and so we’re more reliant on individual donors, like you, to help fund our work.
This is why we’re asking you to donate to this project.
A donation from as little as £5 can help us maintain our momentum towards May’s local election, and help us elect as much Green Party Councillors.
If you agree with us that Sheffield Green Party offers the only viable alternative this May, then we ask you to donate what you can to this project, and to help by sharing this message with others.
Thank you for your support.
The Electoral Commission requires all party political donors donating £50 or over must be registered to vote.
If you aren't currently, you can register at https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote (Opens in new window).
This should take no more than five minutes, but gives you a voice in the upcoming local elections (May 5th). So even if you're not donating to the project please ensure you, and your friends and relatives, are registered to vote.
The Electoral Commission also requires us to log the full name and address of any individual donating £500 or over to a campaign. Please be assured, this will not be used for marketing purposes, but must be handed over to the Commission upon request.