Wednesday, September 20, 2017


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Coalition for Marriage


Dear marriage supporter,
It is a pleasure to write to you for the first time as the Coalition for Marriage’s new Campaign Director.
The war on traditional marriage is being waged as fiercely as ever in Parliament and over the airwaves.
To combat this we have been working flat out over the summer to ensure that the Coalition is equipped to meet the challenges of the year ahead.

Public advocacy for traditional marriage

My priority for the coming months is ensuring that Coalition for Marriage is a vocal and unapologetic voice for truth in our national life.
Our 2017/18 brochure sets out our campaign priorities for the coming year. It explains what the immediate challenges are, why they matter and what we can do about them.
Over the coming weeks we will share a number of initiatives which support this. We will also be planning a number of events across the country to meet supporters.
In the meantime I have recorded a video explaining why I believe the Coalition’s work is now more important than ever:
Campaign Director video

A new look website

To support our campaigning we have refreshed the look and feel of our website –
We have also acted on the many requests from our supporters for additional donation options. You can now donate using Apple Pay, if using the Safari browser, or by downloading a standing order form.
You can also contribute by card as before, and a PayPal option will be live on the site by the end of this week.

Please support our new campaigns

Our work is impossible without you. It is your donations and the time you spend writing letters and responding to consultations which keeps C4M going.
If you support our campaign priorities for the year and are able to contribute to the cost of them then we would be deeply grateful. Thank you to all who have supported us to date and I look forward to working with you.
Yours sincerely,
Thomas Pascoe
Thomas Pascoe
Campaign Director
Coalition for Marriage (C4M)

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