Small donations from our supporters provide us with the vast majority of the funding we need to be able to run campaigns in between elections.

With small donations from our supporters we can stay active on the issues that matter most: fighting to fix our hospitals, for more funding for our schools and against the Liberals’ cuts to pensioners.

The average donation is $38.90 and the vast majority of people give less than $100, many give just $5, for which we are very grateful given the number of students and pensioners amongst our donors.

When you give to Australian Labor for a particular campaign, we will only spend your donation on the issue you’ve donated for.

To keep the wheels turning in our small team, we also depend on regular donations. Regular donations help us to budget and as we get closer to the election, they will help us hire more organisers to increase our campaigning capacity on the ground and online.

Donations of over $13,500 are subject to disclosure under the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.

This is the reason we require your personal details when making a donation. However, the Australian Labor Party has a policy of disclosing all donations over $1,000. All donations are secure and encrypted. Donations may also be made by credit card by phoning the Labor’s National Secretariat on (02) 6120 0800.

If you would like to donate to Australian Labor you can do so here.