Contribute

Thank you for considering a contribution to my campaign.

As an independent candidate, I do not have the resources available to the candidates nominated by the local political parties. You can help even the playing field by making a contribution to my campaign.

You can also volunteer to help me distribute campaign materials in October by sending an email here.

Sponsorship Levels

  • $20 will sponsor 2 lawn signs
  • $50 will sponsor printing 400 door hanger election cards
  • $60 will sponsor printing and mailing 250 election cards
  • $80 will sponsor 8 lawn signs
  • $100 will sponsor printing 800 door hanger election cards
  • $150 will sponsor printing and mailing 625 election cards

Two Ways to Contribute

Contribute Online: Contribute button

If you encounter any problems making an online contribution, please let us know by sending us an email here.

Mail a cheque or cash.

For a cheque, the payee is John Roston Campaign. You must give your name and home address (not a business address or P.O. Box).

For cash, you can remain anonymous if the amount is $50 or less and you do not give a return address or otherwise identify yourself. If the amount is over $50 or you wish to be identified, please give your name and home address (not a business address or P.O. Box).

The mailing address is:
John Roston Campaign, 12228 Ewen Ave., Richmond, BC V7E 6S8.

Campaign Contributions

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GOAL: $8,000; RECEIVED: $5,425

Online: Contribute button

Please read contribution regulations below and contribute by mail instructions at left.

Contribution Regulations

Please read carefully.

To contribute, you must be an individual who is resident in British Columbia and a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. Corporations, labour unions and other organizations and individuals may not contribute.

The maximum total contribution cannot exceed $1,200.00. Please note that contributions to candidates in municipal elections are not tax deductible.

We are required by law to record the name and home address (not a business address or P.O. Box) of all donors who contribute over $50 in total and all donors who make a contribution online even if the amount is $50 or less.

Cash contributions sent by mail can be anonymous if the total amount sent is $50 or less and you do not give your name or address.

By law, the names (not the addresses) of those who contribute over $100 in total must be on the public record.