Please go in the draw to win an Easter Egg and Chocolate hamper, valued at $50.
1 Ticket for $5 3 Tickets for $10 10 Tickets for $20
The Raffle will be drawn on Thursday 14 April and the winner will be notified by email.
NSW Labor Disclosure
This amount will be used for NSW Labor state campaign expenses.
I declare that:
if the donation is made in an individual capacity, I am enrolled on the electoral roll or I have supplied to the NSW Electoral Commission identification that is acceptable to the NSW Electoral Commission showing the individual’s full name and an Australian residential address; and if the donation is made by an organisation, the ABN provided above is true and accurate.
this donation is not made by or on behalf of a "prohibited donor" (being a property developer', 'tobacco industry business entity' or 'liquor or gambling industry business entity'), or a 'close associate' of a 'prohibited donor' as defined in Division 6 of Part 3 of the Electoral Funding Act 2018 (NSW).
I have not exceeded the donation cap of $7,000 to NSW Labor or $7,000 to NSW Labor elected members or candidates (including no more than $3,300 to a single candidate or elected member) in the 2022/23 financial year.
If you make a political donation of $1,000 or more (in a single contribution or aggregated within a financial year), you must complete and lodge a declaration with the NSW Electoral Commission in accordance with section 12 of the Electoral Funding Act 2018. A political donation includes a contribution or entry fee or an annual or other subscription. You must also disclose a political donation of less than $1,000 if the total amount of political donations made by you in respect of the same party (or associated entity), elected member, group, candidate, third-party campaigner or person in the same financial year is $1,000 or more. Penalties apply for failing to lodge a declaration.
Donations by individuals to registered political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year are tax-deductible.