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Donate to Support Pat McFadden MP & Local Labour Campaigns

Every Labour leaflet circulated in Wolverhampton South East has to be funded by what we can raise as a local organisation. That means we need the support of Party members and local people to help fund our activity.

In recent times we have stood alongside local people and local businesses whose lives have been made a misery by crime and anti social behaviour. We have drawn attention to the increased investment in schools and the need to do more to expand opportunity for young people in Wolverhampton. And we have pointed out the fall in waiting times in the NHS.

If you want to help us campaign on issues like these, please donate. Even a small amount can make a real difference.

If you would like to help Wolverhampton South East Labour Party please send a cheque to:

Wolverhampton South East Constituency Labour Party
Crescent House
Broad Street
Bilston
WV14 0BZ

Please make cheques payable to:

Wolverhampton South East Constituency Labour Party

Please include details of your full name and address with any donations.


Terms and conditions

In compliance with party funding laws, if you are donating more than £200 in the course of a calendar year you must be registered on a UK electoral register (this applies to overseas residents as well as UK residents). Your details will be checked to ensure you are registered on a UK electoral register. If you donate more than £1,000 to a Labour Party unit (e.g. Constituency Labour Party) or more than £5,000 to the Labour Party nationally in the course of a calendar year, your name and the amount of the donation will be reported to the Electoral Commission for publication on their public register of donations to the Labour Party.


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Labour MP Pat McFadden/ The Labour Party may contact you using the details you supply. If you do not wish to be contacted please write to:

Pat McFadden MP
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

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