In a news release Friday, the No TransLink Tax campaign published the names of all those who have pledged more than $200, for a total amount, as of March 11, of $27,259.30 from 150 donors.
The largest donation — $14,750 — was made by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, the non-profit organization backing the "No" campaign.
According to the No TransLink Tax campaign, the mayors' campaign has received $7 million from TransLink and supporting municipalities, but is refusing to disclose how much taxpayers' money is being spent.
"The 'Yes' side is spending so much taxpayer money they can't even provide a full accounting of it," Hamish Marshall, No TransLink Tax campaign manager said in the release.
"Taxpayers deserve to know how precisely much of their money the 'Yes' side is spending, and who else is funding their tax grab campaign."
Next week, voters will start receiving their ballots for the upcoming plebiscite, asking whether they support a 0.5 per cent sales tax to go towards transit improvements in the region.
The ballots will arrive in mailboxes between March 16 and March 27.
Read the full list of donors