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.

Yours sincerely, 

Lyle Shelton
National Director
Family First

I understand that my donation to Family First is for the purposes of the NSW election campaign. I acknowledge that the cap on donations is $3,300 and that any donation $1,000 or above must be publicly disclosed. I acknowledge that I am not a prohibited donor. A prohibited donor is: a property developer; a tobacco industry business entity; a liquor or gambling industry business entity; any industry representative organisation if the majority of its members are such prohibited donors; or a close associate of a prohibited donor.

If you make a political donation of $1,000 or more, you must complete and lodge a declaration with the Electoral Commission in accordance with the Electoral Funding Act 2018. A political donation includes a contribution or entry fee or an annual or other subscription. You must also disclose a political donation of less than $1,000 if the total amount of political donations made by you in respect of the same party (or associated entity), elected member, group, candidate, third-party campaigner or person in the same financial year is $1,000 or more. Penalties apply for failing to lodge a declaration.