As one of Australia’s largest volunteer organisations the Liberal Party relies on its supporters to spread its message and to provide the on-the-ground, grassroots presence a political party needs to be successful. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of volunteers the Liberal Party has been able to play a positive and active role in Australian politics for more than 60 years.
You can help Michael and the Liberal Party work towards getting Victoria back on track in a variety of ways, such as:
- distributing brochures in your neighbourhood
- handing out ‘how-to-vote’ cards at elections
- being part of a local campaign team in your area
- making phone calls to voters and doorknocking your local area
- helping to hold listening posts with candidates and MPs
- putting up a poster in your front yard or property
- assisting with fundraising events
If you would like help out please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone from the Michael’s Office will be in touch with you within 24 hours.
Michael needs your help to build a better future for Waverley and our state. Your contribution is valuable and will make a real difference to return strong and effective representation to our Waverley community.
Since it was created in 1944, the Liberal Party has been largely funded by donations from a wide cross section of the community. Without voluntary donations, the Party would be unable to continue its crucial role in supporting the democratic process in Australia.
Unlike the Labor Party, which receives millions of dollars each year in compulsory union membership fees, the Liberal Party relies on contributions from individual people and community-minded organisations to fund its campaigns.
Should choose to support Michael and donate you will be taken to the Mount Waverley State Electorate Conference secure PayPal page where you donation will be processed.
Amount to donate ($AUD):
NOTE: Contributions up to $1,500 to Michael Gidley MP may be tax deductible. Contributions of over $11,200 may be subject to disclosure under the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.