Fair Voting BC is a lean organization – everyone on the board is a volunteer and we have no staff. When you donate to us, all your contributions go directly to the costs of the activities we undertake.
Our primary ongoing expenses relate to our website and mailing list program (a few hundred dollars per year). We also have an “Initiative Fund” that we use at strategic moments (eg, we have commissioned polls on several occasions at times when it’s been very useful to be able to get a news story out to build public awareness).
Beyond that, we tend to fundraise for specific campaigns (eg, the Charter Challenge that we’re working on with Springtide). Please consider contributing to any active projects shown below.
To donate, please click one of the buttons below. You will be given the option to make a one-time contribution or to turn it into a monthly donation. Either way, we greatly appreciate your support!
Support Us in Arguing for a Right to Fair Elections
Our lawyer recently argued as an intervenor in a case on Ontario brought by the City of Toronto against the Ford government that we have a right to fair elections. Help us with a one-time donation to cover our costs for that action (Goal: $8000).
Support the Charter Challenge
Fair Voting BC is partnering with Springtide to challenge the constitutionality of our current voting system. Help us go to court! Note: contributions to the Charter Challenge are considered charitable donations and you will get a tax receipt for any donation over $25. Since it will likely take us a year or so to get to court, we’d particularly appreciate monthly donations to help us cover all the costs along the way.
Support Fair Voting BC
We appreciate either one-time or monthly contributions to help us with our ongoing expenses or to build up our Initiative Fund.
If you would like to send us a cheque instead, please make it out to Fair Voting BC and mail to the address shown on our ‘About Us‘ page.
Note: although we are a registered non-profit BC society, we are not able to issue tax receipts because we are not considered a charity (though contributions made to the Charter Challenge are tax deductible because our partner, Springtide, is a registered charity). Thank you for your understanding.