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Your generous donation today will help spread the word and build this movement of Australians who will speak up for the importance of protecting religious liberty.

Your gift today will help fuel a much-needed advertising campaign to raise awareness about the very real and present threats to your religious freedom – and highlight the urgent need for strong and decisive action from the Australian Parliament.,

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Yours sincerely,

Lyle Shelton
National Director
Family First

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