You Can Make a Stand for Faith, Family, and Freedom
You have an important opportunity to lay the foundations for a new political movement that will raise a strong, pro-family, pro-faith voice in our nation’s parliaments.
Family First proudly represented conservatives and people of faith in our state and federal parliaments for many years.
After a brief hiatus, the party has been re-launched by a group of former MPs and concerned Australians and I have joined the team as National Director.
I’m asking you to invest today as we re-birth Family First.
When you give your best gift today, you’ll give this movement a head start that is unlike anything we could achieve during an election campaign.
Here’s what you will achieve through your gift today:
- You will equip and resource powerful advertising campaigns to build a movement of people that will stand up for religious freedom
- You will invest in a recruitment drive that will see thousands of Australians join this party and stand for freedom
- You will enable Family First to successfully apply for party registration in every state and territory, as well as for the next federal election, meaning the party’s name will appear on the ballot paper as well as taking the first step to qualify for public election campaign funding – essentially matching campaign donations.
So please, give your best gift today to help launch this important, pro-life, pro-faith political movement that our country so desperately needs.
Amounts received by Family First Party Australia of more than $15,200 in the 2022-23 financial year will be subject to disclosure under the provisions of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918. The Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 prohibits the knowing receipt of donations from foreign donors. Foreign donors include:
- a foreign public enterprise;
- an entity (whether or not incorporated) that does not meet any of the following conditions:
- the entity is incorporated in Australia;
- the entity’s head office is in Australia;
- the entity’s principal place of activity is, or is in, Australia;
- an individual who is none of the following:
- an elector;
- an Australian citizen;
- an Australian resident;
- a New Zealand citizen who holds a Subclass 444 (Special Category) visa under the Migration Act 1958 (or if that Subclass ceases to exist, the kind of visa that 16 replaces that Subclass)