“Every little bit helps us battle for the bush which in turn will help all Australians, no matter where you live.”

A young girl is having fun in the farm


We are a grassroots, not for profit, movement of individuals and families across our nation, that hold a collective concern about the increasing divide between food and fibre consumers, and primary producers and associated industries.

If you want positive change within the Australian agricultural sector, then please consider making a financial contribution to the Green Shirts Movement. Your donation will allow us to… 

  • run our organisation
  • pay to advertise important issues and keep you informed
  • help us to run campaigns and get action
  • plus it will enable us to support candidates running for office who believe in the values that the Green Shirts Movement are fighting to uphold and want to preserve and grow Australian agriculture.

If we are to continue to be a voice for rural, regional and reasonable people, then we need funds to continue our fight.

We know many Australians are struggling financially, but nothing will change unless we all pitch in to create public awareness and effect change within all levels of government. 

In anticipation we thank you for your kind donation. No matter how big or small, it will be very much appreciated.



The Green Shirts Movement are running the following campaigns and we would greatly appreciate a contribution to help us promote and help these causes.

Why do we need to exist?

"It's politics that got us into this mess...
it'll be politics that gets us out!"

We need you, as the consumers and producers, to rally behind us to keep the produce on our shelves Clean, Green and Local.

If we don’t produce it, someone else will, and we can assure you, it won’t be to the standard we have set ourselves.

get in the trenches with us...


We are stronger in numbers!


Green Shirts Movement Australia (GSM) is a not-for-profit organisation campaigning to ensure that the grassroots Australia is represented and governed by good people and good policy.

GSM is not a deductible gift recipient (DGR) organisation or fund that registers to receive tax deductible gifts, nor is it a registered political party under State or Federal legislation. Therefore, contributions are not deductible for income tax purposes.

To help us continue to be the voice for rural, regional and reasonable people we raise money through donations help pay for things like advertising, billboards, print advertisements and representing your voice to governments at all levels.

We are NOT apolitical – we are very political – however we are NOT party aligned. We expect and will support GOOD PEOPLE and GOOD POLICY, no matter from whence we find it. We will not blindly attach ourselves to any political party. We expect parties to put themselves SECOND to the welfare of the people they purport to represent. We are driven by you. As political parties are abandoning the grassroots, we will fill that void. We will give our all to ensure policy is driven from the grassroots up, and not inflicted on us from those that feel they are our betters.

Your donation makes our movement stronger and strengthen your voice.


By donating to Green Shirts, donors confirm that:

The individual or entity making the donation is not a Foreign Donor, as defined by the Commonwealth Electoral Act (1918).
The funds they are donating are not being provided to them by another person or entity for the purposes of making their contribution.

Persons or entities are required to register as a political campaigner when:
electoral expenditure exceeds $500,000 during that financial year or any one of the previous three financial years; or electoral expenditure exceeds $100,000 during that financial year, and electoral expenditure during the previous financial year was at least two-thirds of the revenue of the person or entity for that year.

As such, if Green Shirts Movement Australia’s expenditure reaches such levels, we are obliged under the Commonwealth Electoral Act to disclose to the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) cumulative donations of $14,500 or more in a financial year. The AEC will publish these reports on its website.


When donating specifically towards our Queensland State Election campaigns when held, Qld Electoral laws prevent us from receiving and prohibit donations from Property Developers and their associates. Therefore, when donating, donors confirm that the following statements are true and accurate:
The funds they are donating are not being provided to them by another person or entity for the purposes of making their contribution.

The payment is not made by or on behalf of a ‘prohibited donor’ (being a ‘property developer’), or a ‘close associate’ of a ‘prohibited donor’ as defined by the Electoral Commission Queensland.
By law, donors who contribute an amount of $1,000 or more in aggregate are required to be disclosed to the Electoral Commission Queensland.

This disclosure is made by Green Shirts Movement Australia Pty Ltd and must include the name and address of the donor. Donors which are companies or trusts must provide details of financial officer or trustee(s) as applicable.