Donate to help us counter ALP attacks

Thank you for considering making a donation to help us put phones in the hands of volunteers who will talk directly to voters. 

We rely on small contributions from our supporters to run our campaign. We receive no corporate funding. Your generous donation will help us stand up for a more caring society. 

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Last week, over 100,000 Melburnians were called with a pre-recorded, robotic message attacking the Greens. Can you chip in to help us counter these attacks? 

Real democracy is about genuine conversations between real human beings. This is what our campaign believes in and it’s what Adam Bandt is doing to help make our community stronger.  

$75 will put a phone in the hands of two volunteers who are ready and raring to talk to the people of Melbourne.