Help fund The Manifesto For Indy Campaign

The Manifesto For Indy is a manifesto document that aims to influence political parties in Scotland to adopt and/or support the following statement:

"The Scottish People assert that the Scottish Parliament is the only parliament that is empowered to represent the sovereign rights of the Scottish People. "

The campaign has already achieved some success with the political party ISP (Independence for Scotland Party) announcing it had adopted the Manifesto For Indy into its next manifesto for the May 6th election.  https://www.facebook.com/IndyforScotParty 

To help the campaign reach as many Scottish voting citizens we need to fund a media campaign. Funds will only be used for campaign expenses and the campaign will encourage the wider Scottish population to register to vote and increase the democratic franchise.

The Campaign:
Newspaper adverts in Scottish titles to support the social media message.  With your support we can do more and encourage voter participation. A series of TV adverts to be placed on Sky News, STV, and Channel 4 News.

The main message is planned as "Read it, Share it, Vote for it"

Scotland can if voters support parties that have adopted and/or publicly supported the Manifesto For Indy at the ballot box help Scotland assert its sovereignty. on May the 6th.

The campaign aims are:

To encourage engagement in the democratic franchise.
To get the Manifesto For Indy adopted by political parties that support Scotland being a sovereign nation.
To connect working groups in Scotland and further afield to develop international co operation for a independent Scotland.

Please support if you can? 

Any funds that are not used for the campaign will be donated to the Edinburgh Sick Children's Hospital Charity.
  • ian foulds 
    • £7 
    • 5 mos
  • Derek Aitken 
    • £5 
    • 6 mos
  • Toni Young 
    • £10 
    • 14 mos
  • Ian Watt 
    • £25 
    • 14 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • £5 
    • 14 mos
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Organizer

David Henry 
Organizer
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom