Make a Real Impact by Donating

Election rules limit how much Joe can contribute to his own campaign. So, we must fundraise donations.  Your support will go towards funding online ads, flyers, postage and signs. Ultimately though you will be shaping Mississauga’s and Peel Region’s future and contributing to the overall well-being of Ontario. You’ll assist Joe with his fight for fair taxes, safer streets, responsive city services and great parks and facilities — for us, our children and future generations. On a personal note, your donation will help Joe achieve his goal of public service and giving back to others.

Rebate for Your Donation

Ontario residents can receive a partial rebate of donations $100 or larger. The rebate is calculated on the total contributed to all candidates.

Rebate amounts are as follows:

  • 75% of first $300 for a rebate of up to $225;
  • 50% of next $700 for an added rebate of up to $350;
  • 33% of next $200 for an added rebate of up to $66.
Rebate Calculator

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Contribution Rules

Please review these political contribution regulations for Ontario municipal campaigns:

  • Contributions to a candidate may only be made by individuals who are normally resident in Ontario.
  • Contributions must be made from the contributor’s own funds.
  • An individual may contribute a maximum of $1,200 to a candidate. The maximum total amount that a contributor can give to candidates in the same jurisdiction (i.e. running for the same council or the same school board) is $5,000.
  • Corporations and trade unions are not permitted to make contributions.
  • Groups such as clubs, associations or ratepayer’s groups not permitted to make contributions as a group, though members of these groups may make individual contributions from their personal funds as long as they are residents of Ontario.