DONATE TODAYAs part of The Nationals team you really can make a difference.
We’re not a Party of unions or big business.
We’re ordinary people working hard in our communities.
Our Party relies on the support and commitment from people like you.
We are working hard to ensure a strong Nationals team remains in Parliament so we can continue to fight for our regional, rural and remote communities to get the attention and services they deserve.
Together, we can make a real difference in regional NSW.
Can you help us?
The laws regarding political donations for state elections are very strict. Certain restrictions apply to the making of political donations, including purchasing tickets to fundraising events. By offering to make a donation you confirm your understanding and acceptance of the legal requirements and affirm that you are eligible to make a donation.
Limitation on Donations to Political Parties
There is a cap on political donations to the NSW Nationals. The cap is $6,300 for aggregated political donations to or for the benefit of a registered political party during the 2018/2019 financial year. This contribution is considered a donation to the NSW Nationals.
Property developers, tobacco industry business entities, for-profit liquor or gambling business entities (including any industry representative organisation where the majority of its members are these entities) and their close associates are prohibited donors. A director or officer or person whose voting power is greater than 20% (and their spouses) are considered to be a close associate, as is a person in a joint venture or partnership with a property developer. Further, the spouse of a prohibited individual donor is a close associate. It is unlawful for a prohibited donor to make a political donation. If you make a donation and within 12 months become a property developer an amount that is double the amount or value of the donation will be payable to the State.
If you make a political donation or incur
The above is a summary only. For the complete requirements, see Part 3 of the Electoral Funding Act 2018 (NSW)