Sunday, 6 September 2015

UBUNTU Party Launches Funding Campaign For 2016 Elections

Required funding $200,000 
We are targeting the 12 smallest municipalities in South Africa - because we will be able to reach all the people in these towns with our message. Our aim is to win the majority in just one small town. This is our Achilles Heel approach to inject the seed of consciousness into the political beast and lead by example to thousands of other towns in South Africa and in other countries to do the same. Ten years of work and spreading the UBUNTU philosophy have brought us to this point in time when we can change our future irreversibly for the better of humankind. It is possible and achievable - all we need is the full support of all those who resonate with our message. We need to use this opportunity to pierce the veil of control and create an exponential domino effect around the world that we believe will be unstoppable. Please do what you can to help us raise the required funding to make this a reality for all of us.

Out main message for the municipal elections is FREE ELECTRICITY FOR ALL. Each municipality covers 4-5 towns, so our campaign will cover around 50 towns. When we become become the elected party with an elected UBUNTU Mayor in the town, it will allow us to swiftly implement our UBUNTU plan of action and lead the way for other towns to follow. The campaigning has already started in the 4 towns of the Emakhazeni Municipality where we live. These towns are Waterval Boven, Machadodorp, Belfast and Dullstroom - also in Lydenburg some 75km away. We will apply the funds based on our level of funding success and only engage as many areas as we can afford to be effective in. 

To achieve ongoing stability this campaign we need to find a minimum of 100 monthly donors of $100 each. This will be a good launch platform for us to initiate the campaign successfully.
We need your support to continue operating and growing to spread the UBUNTU message.
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OUR Most urgent needs:
  • Daily and monthly expenses in the UBUNTU Office
  • Upgrade of basic facilities
  • Printing materials and other consumables
  • Distributions of printed materials in South Africa
  • Travel expenses
  • Community projects - the launch and daily management
  • Salaries for new staff that we desperately need to hire
  • Political campaigning - Local Municipal elections 2016
  • Support of UBUNTU Party Candidates in 12 Municipalities = around 52 towns.