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WHEN YOU DONATE, IT BUILDS THE STRENGTH OF YOUR VALUES, BELIEFS AND HOPE BY JOINING TOGETHER PEOPLE JUST LIKE YOU.  PEOPLE LOOKING FOR ANOTHER WAY TO ENGAGE AND TRANSFORM POLITICS, TO STAND OR REPRESENT WHAT IS RIGHT, WHERE AND WHEN IT MATTERS.

Why Donate?

Every reform, revolution or political resistance is built from a groundswell of good people, unreservedly willing to get their hands dirty and be involved. In fact, humanity’s successes and triumphs have been built from the blood, sweat, tears, beer money, coffee cash and pocket change of people just like you and me.

Every $2 donation allows me to make contact with disenfranchised voters, electors and those who have been desperately looking for something else to vote for.

Your donations of $2 or more, make the difference.  A tree falls in the forrest, only if people hear about it, and as such: politics or good ideas go nowhere without your investment of time, money and political conversations in your home, street, town, community, church and work-space, where I can’t easily be.

When you donate, it builds the strength of your values by joining together people just like you and me; people who want their voice heard and who are standing behind someone who is willing, able, and capable to speak, defend, and roar, if necessary.

Thanks in advance – Tony

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Note: Tony Moore has declared and announced his candidacy for both the next State Queensland and Federal Senate elections. This serves as public notice.

As such, donations to Senate Candidate Tony Moore or State Candidate Tony Moore, are 100% tax deductible

The Australian Tax Office, and the Australian Electoral Commission and Queensland Electoral Commission state that:

  • Any donation – to an independent candidate for the Commonwealth Parliament*, a state parliament**, which is between $2 and $1500, is 100% tax deductible;
  • You can donate $1500 to an independent candidate and another $1500 to a political party, achieving a maximum tax deduction of $3000 from your tax return;
  • To make a contribution or gift to an independent candidate in an election you must make the contribution after the candidates for the election are officially declared or announced;
  • *In State elections: donations less than $1000 remain undisclosed; Donations of $1000 and above are required by Queensland law, to be reported by both the candidate and the entity making them, within 7 business days;
  • **In federal elections: donations less than $13,000 remain non-disclosed; Donations above $13,000 require disclosure by law; 

*  https://www.ecq.qld.gov.au/candidates-and-parties/funding-and-disclosure

*  https://helpcentre.disclosures.ecq.qld.gov.au/hc/en-us

** http://www.aec.gov.au/parties_and_representatives/public_funding/threshold.htm

** https://www.ato.gov.au/Non-profit/Gifts-and-fundraising/How-supporters-claim-tax-deductions/Claiming-political-contributions-and-gifts/

**https://www.ato.gov.au/Non-profit/Gifts-and-fundraising/In-detail/Fundraising/Claiming-political-contributions-and-gifts/