Help get more Greens elected

If you support what we are doing, please consider making a donation. You can do that easily and simply using PayPal:

 

Or send a cheque to:

Babergh Green Party c/o Hawthorns, Catts Close, Stutton, Ipswich, IP9 2SP

Or you can instruct your bank to transfer money to our account at Co-operative Bank, Sort code 08-92-99, account number 65683608.

Babergh Green Party members are hard at work all year round - delivering leaflets, sweating over press releases and knocking on doors to canvass for support in the forthcoming elections. And this is work that should produce results. But hard labour, great representatives, and policies to tackle climate change, social injustice and the drive to war are not enough - the Green Party campaign also needs cash to deliver its message effectively.

It costs £20 to print 100 glowing green window posters, £200 to print a ward newsletter, £1,000 to rent a shop for the election period.

We in the Green Party don't have dodgy billionaire donors, we don't take dirty money from grubby big businesses, we're not in the pockets of media barons, or of unions. But that means that we do have to ask our supporters and party members to dig deep, to contribute as much as you can.

Suffolk County Council elections May 2021

Next year we have ambitious plans to more than triple our Green Councillor numbers on Suffolk County Council and to go from one to three Green county councillors just in South Suffolk.  With many more Greens on the council we can ensure climate emergency TALK becomes ACTION.  

Our three hard working target candidates from Babergh Green Party need to print lots of leaflets and newsletters to ensure they win, and this costs a lot of money. Please consider donating.

THANK YOU!

We also need more volunteers out speaking to residents and delivering our newsletters, to make sure we get the Green Party's message across to every voter in Babergh. For more information of ways you can help, please see our Get Involved page.

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