Victorian donation disclosures

To uphold public transparency of the Party's sources of funding, the names of donors and amounts donated during the previous twelve months are disclosed on this website if the total of their respective donations equal $1,000 or more. You can find our list of donors for past financial years here. The first $1,500 contributed during a financial year to a political party in Australia, including membership fees, is tax deductible.

In making this donation you are confirming that:

  • you accept that your name and the total amount of your donations during the last twelve months will be included on our public donor list should the donations be accepted by the Party from you during this period total $1,000 or more, and

  • you have every reason to believe that your donation will not give rise to public criticism of the Party's integrity and that our acceptance of the donation will not be contrary to the Party's internal donations policy.

  • you will send a return to the Victorian Electoral Commission within 21 days of making a political donation to the Victorian state campaign of $1,000 or over.

Australian Electoral Commission requires all donations to a political party totalling $13,800* or more in a financial year to be declared by both the donor and the recipient. (The disclosure threshold amount that will apply from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020 is more than $14,000. See the AEC website for other years.)

Donations to a Victorian state political party for State Campaign purposes is capped at $4000 (over four years). Victorian funding and disclosure laws apply to any person or organisation that gives or receives political donations for a State election. See the VEC website for more information.