We're Cornwall for Europe, a grassroots campaigning group with thousands of members and supporters. Our activists are all ordinary people, from every walk of life, and none of us are paid anything for what we do.
We believe our membership of the EU has brought huge benefits to the people of Cornwall and the UK, and that Brexit will do great damage to countless lives and livelihoods here. But we think it can and must be stopped!
Over the past two years, we've been running street stalls all over Cornwall, talking with hundreds of people every week to get our message out. And we've seen a real shift in public opinion as the consequences of Brexit become clearer. Everywhere we go, we meet people who voted Leave in 2016 but now realise they were lied to.
Our Facebook page now has many more followers than all political party pages in Cornwall combined. We've taken hundreds of people from Cornwall to three massive marches in London, where our songs and banners have made voices from Cornwall heard loud and clear.
But as Boris Johnson - a prime minister with no mandate - tries to impose a disastrous no-deal Brexit on this country, it's more important than ever to show people in Cornwall that this is not inevitable and can be stopped. We think the only way forward from this mess will be to put Brexit back to the people in a People's Vote, before or after a general election.
To help get - and win - a People's Vote, we need £10,000 to produce and send a short leaflet to every household in Cornwall. And we want to make and place more banners like this one that we placed recently on the flightpath in and out of Newquay Airport.
What your donation will help us do:
- Print and send a leaflet to every one of Cornwall's households
- Anything extra we raise will be used to print and place more highly visible banners and posters around Cornwall
The next few months will see our country's future decided, for good or ill. We believe it's still possible to avoid disaster and secure a more positive future for Cornwall and everyone in the UK.
Can you help us?