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Donate TO CREATE A PEACEFUL BAYSIDE

You can help elect fresh, visionary

leadership to Bayside Council

$25 puts us in shopfronts with #25 colour posters

$50 will get our message in #250 people's letterbox

$100 makes a bold statement with #15 large street signs

$200 dresses our street team in impactful Peaceful Bayside T-shirts

$500 is massive impactyou'll reach #2,500 voters with crucial how to vote information

$1,000* instantly supercharges our campaign!

The funds raised will help drive our volunteer-driven campaign!

We are not a big political party. We are not backed by big business. We are a group of concerned citizens like you, and to win our campaign we need your donation now. 

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Donations over $2 may be tax deductible; please contact the Australian Tax Office or your financial adviser for more information.

 

Political Donation Restrictions

 

The NSW Government sets out a number of prohibitions about who can donate to a campaign.

 

If you belong to any of the following groups below, you CANNOT donate to a campaign:

a. a property developer (including anyone becoming a property developer within 12 months)

b. a tobacco industry business entity

c. a liquor or gambling industry business entity

d. a close associate of (a), (b) or (c)

e. any industry representative organisation if the majority of its members are those listed in (a), (b) or (c)

* If you make a political donation to a New South Wales political party, candidate or other political participant in NSW, you may have a legal duty to report the donation to the New South Wales Electoral Commission. A reportable political donation is a single donation of $1,000 or more or multiple small donations made to the same recipient in a financial year that, when added together, total $1,000 or more. Political donors must disclose any reportable political donations they make. Political donors that make reportable political donations are called major political donors and they must disclose to the NSW Electoral Commission annually after the end of the financial year. It is the responsibility of each major political donor to disclose by the annual deadline.