Three ordinary Irish people have started this campaign and it is because of the generosity of those who’ve provided their time, skills, locations and equipment, over several months, that we’ve been able to kick the campaign off. We’d like to continue to host large-scale Video Days, especially in areas outside of Dublin, where people can come along to a comfortable location and shoot their video with us, without having to worry about equipment or uploading. To do this, we need your support.
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Account Name: Vote With Us
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Our Donation Policy
All donations are gratefully received and will be spent only on the running costs of the campaign and its events. This includes travel, rental and equipment costs associated with hosting public video days in other parts of Ireland.
Any donations we have received which are not used by us in managing the campaign will be passed on to the YES Equality Campaign, which is the umbrella group formed to spearhead the yes campaign nationally. This group is comprised of three well-established civil society organisations – The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network, Marriage Equality and the Irish Council for Civil Liberties.
When the campaign ends on May 22nd, any unspent donations remaining will be passed on to BelongTo, an award-winning charity for LGBT Youth in Ireland.
Legal Donation Restrictions (SIPO)
Vote With Us operates in compliance with Ireland’s Standards in Public Office (SIPO) Commission, and is required to register as a Third Party under the Electoral Acts (1993-2012) once we receive a donation of €100 or more. This imposes certain legal restrictions on the donations we can receive:
- We cannot accept any anonymous donation of over €100.
- We cannot accept a donation by electronic transfer of over €2,500.
- We cannot accept a cash donation of over €200.
- We cannot accept any donations from individuals or organisations outside the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, unless the donation is from an Irish citizen resident overseas.