Four days ago our political party Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them) http://j4mb.wordpress.com launched a campaign to raise £1,000 to fund another candidate for the 2015 general election. The deadline for the campaign is 3 August 2013, and if we don’t reach the target, all donations will be returned to donors in full. So we’re keen to reach the target.
I’m pleased to say donations have already reached £180, and I’d like to make a personal appeal to you for a donation. We’re planning to field 30 candidates at the 2015 general election, and the cost of deposits and campaign literature will be at least £30,000.
Nobody associated with the party – or Anti-Feminism League https://fightingfeminism.wordpress.com and Campaign for Merit in Business http://c4mb.wordpress.com – draws any income from donations. Indeed most of us (including myself) are donors.
If even a small proportion of the people who are justly concerned about the assaults on the interests on men and boys donated £1.00, we’d soon reach our target of £30,000. We’d like to see if this ‘crowdfunding’ model works for us, while we have almost two years to go before the next general election. So can you spare just £1 to support our work? Or possibly more?
If you can afford a donation of at least £20.00, we’ll invite you to provide feedback on our public consultation document. I’ll personally read and consider your feedback, and engage in an exchange of emails (or a phone discussion, if you’d prefer). Your feedback may impact on the content of our first general election manifesto.
The link to the campaign to raise £1,000 for one more candidate:
Thank you for your support.