European Federalist Party

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The gift of Europe

As the holiday season draws near, we would like to ask you to consider offering a gift to Europe by donating as little as €1 towards our website fundraising target. As you know, we are still a fully volunteer-run organization, relying exclusively on member fees and individual donations for resources. We have recently undergone a foundational change of our website, which now fully accommodates all national section websites and more effectively communicates what the EFP is engaged in to our members and our broader support base. Be sure to check it out at! Please do reach out to us at if you have any feedback on it that could help us improve further.

As much as we would love it if we could have built the website for free, the fact is it takes financial resources to create and manage a powerful communication platform that suits the needs of a pan-European organization like ours. We are currently aiming to raise €3000 to cover ongoing dues and estimated website related expenses until the end of January. If we are not able to reach our goal, we will have to negotiate delayed payment plans to the company that has provided us with their website design services, which would leave the Party in a difficult financial situation and jeopardize our reputation with those who work alongside us.

If you can, please give your future the gift of Europe this holiday season through this link. As little as €1 can help if everybody pitches in.

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The two co-presidents of the European Federalist Party can be contacted at:

Pietro De Matteis:

Yves Gernigon:

The European Federalist Party (EFP) is the pan-European party for a more democratic, united and solidary Europe: a Europe of the people and for the people. The EFP was founded in 2011 in Paris by citizens from all over Europe and has since developed into a cross-border movement with thousands of members, supporters and chapters in 18 EU states. The EFP was instrumental in the introduction of several key laws and reforms in the EU, including improvements to the Lisbon treaty, the European Citizens’ Initiative and the EU roaming regulation.

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