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Stand With Us!

As party members and supporters we donate generously of our time and resources because we understand what is at stake. We know that no other political party will address the issues that concern us in a reasoned and effective manner. Every contribution helps to grow the organisation, contact more Australian voters, organise more public events and run election campaigns.

Keep your receipt as donations by individuals to registered political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year are tax deductible. There are many ways to support Australian Liberty Alliance:


1. Secure online contribution by credit card

 

2. Donate via Paypal

 

 

3. Send a cheque or money order to

Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd
PO Box 290
Melbourne South, VIC, 3205

 

4. Transfer or deposit into our account

Commonwealth Bank of Australia
BSB 063 243 Account Nr 1034 7449
Account holder is Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd

 

5. Download and print our credit card form

This form contains all the information from this page, plus the facility to authorise ALA to charge your credit card once or on a regular basis. You can also use this form together with your membership application. Click here for our donation form.

 

6. Make a legacy gift

“It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.” -- Samuel Adams

If you recognise that Liberty and our Australian way of life must be tirelessly defended against enemies from abroad and within, leave a lasting legacy with Australian Liberty Alliance. Once your family has been taken care of, you may like to make a bequest by adding a sentence or two to your will or living trust, specifying the estate asset(s) you’d like to give to the Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd to help us 'setting bushfires of freedom' long into the future. 

 


 

Please note that amounts received by Australian Liberty Alliance of more than $13,500 in the 2017-18 financial year are subject to disclosure under the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.