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Donate to our Council Election Campaign

“I am running in this election to give animals the political voice they so desperately need. To stand up for the sheep that are suffering in the brutal live export trade, the pigs who are trapped in factory farms, and to protect our precious marine environment and the habitat that our native animals call home” -- Matt Stellino, Animal Justice Party Councillor for Campbelltown


Help us make a difference for animals in the September 2024 Local Government elections

We need your help to have the biggest possible impact at the upcoming NSW Local Government election.

The Animal Justice Party cannot stand compassionate Council candidates without your support to pay for social media advertising, printing and campaigning. With enough money to raise awareness of AJP we have a real chance of having multiple Councillors elected, to advocate for all animals at a local government level. The more funds we have, the bigger our impact for animals.

Can you chip in to cover some of the costs? 


Donation Information

Donations to our Local Government Election Campaign account are subject to the following conditions.

Under the laws of the Electoral Funding Act 2018 (NSW) to make a political donation you must:

  • Either be on the electoral roll, an entity with a business number, or have your identification accepted by the NSW Electoral Commission;
  • Not be a prohibited donor such as a property developer, tobacco industry business entity, a liquor or gambling industry business entity, or a registered club nor a close associate of a prohibited donor as defined by the Act (further information about unlawful political donations here);
  • Donations to the Animal Justice Party NSW cannot exceed $7,900 in the 2024/25 financial year;
  • Donations (single or aggregated) of $1,000 or more for the financial year (including Memberships) will require a declaration to the NSW Electoral Commission.

Questions? Please contact us directly:
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*Donations made by Australian citizens or residents over $2 to a maximum of $1,500 per year are tax-deductible.