7th Tradition Contribution – Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous

7th Tradition Contribution

“Every A. A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.” (pg. 160, Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions)

The A.A. groups themselves ought to be fully supported by the voluntary contributions of their own members. We think that each group should soon achieve this ideal; that any public solicitation of funds using the name of Alcoholics Anonymous is highly dangerous, whether by groups, clubs, hospitals, or other outside agencies; that acceptance of large gifts from any source, or of contributions carrying any obligation whatever, is unwise. Then, too, we view with much concern those A.A. treasuries which continue, beyond prudent reserves, to accumulate funds for no stated A.A. purpose. Experience has often warned us that nothing can so surely destroy our spiritual heritage as futile disputes over property, money, and authority.

For detailed financial information and monthly reports, visit the Finance Committee page. If you have questions feel free to contact the OIAA Treasurer at: Treasurer@aa-intergroup.org

How to Contribute…

PayPal

Please put your Group Name in the [where] of your check so we can acknowledge you!

Stripe

OIAA can now accept payments with Stripe.

Mail

Please put your Group Name in the memo line of your check so we can acknowledge you!

Contributions may also be sent by mail to:

OIAA Inc.
ATTN: Treasurer
500 Westover Dr #31000
Sanford, NC 27330


Need More Help?

Questions about 7th Tradition Contributions may be sent to: Treasurer@aa-intergroup.org

Special Note

OIAA, Inc. is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

You can also review information about the OIAA’s tax-exempt status and tax filings on the IRS Website. 

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