Whether it’s ending the rorts and waste in City Hall, revitalising our forgotten suburbs, backing secure, local jobs for Brisbane workers, fighting climate change, protecting our natural assets, or ensuring residents have access to a safe, secure home, Labor has your back.
The LNP have big donors, but we’ve got you. Any donation, big or small, will go towards our campaign to win back City Hall and put Brisbane residents first.
Unlike our opponents, we rely on grassroots supporters to fund our campaigns. Chip in today to help our Labor for Brisbane Team take on Adrian Schrinner and the LNP.
ALP Queensland will continue to report all amounts of $1,000 or more to the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC). AEC's donor threshold changes annually due to indexation. Please refer to www.aec.gov.au to find out the reporting threshold for donors and due date for lodgement.
Your name and address is required; anonymous and overseas donations are not allowed. Political donations made in a personal capacity are tax deductible up to a certain threshold. Check the ATO website for more information.
Under the Electoral Act 1992 (Queensland) political donations from property developers are prohibited. The Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 allows property developers to make a donation that is used exclusively for Federal Campaign purposes. Further information is available on the ECQ and AEC websites.
It is an offense to make political donations totalling to more than $4,000 for State Campaign purposes to ALP Queensland and more than $6,000 (in total) to ALP Queensland's endorsed Candidates between 1 July 2022 and 25 November 2024. You may request a refund if you believe that you have exceeded the $4,000 cap. Alternatively, we may refund you the excess amount within six weeks to avoid breaching the donation cap laws.