Through Our Own Contributions
February 24, 2020
Coronavirus Notice
March 11, 2020

We Humbly Ask You To Give

The Fund Drive has begun and runs through the month of March to raise awareness of your office and the vital services it provides. We recently mailed Fund Drive packets to group secretaries which contain the forms necessary to conduct a successful support campaign at your group. If you haven’t received it, please let us know.

We’re a self-supporting non-profit that depends entirely on donations to keep the doors open. Without you, we would be unable to provide the services that are so crucial to the suffering alcoholic and recovering AA community.

We know that most people will ignore this message. But, if Alcoholics Anonymous has increased the quality of your life, please consider making a donation of $5, $20, $50 or whatever you can to protect and sustain the A.A. Cleveland District Office.

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How We Help the Alcoholic Each Year

Answer the call for help

Answer the Call for Help

This office answers over 22,000 calls for help including general AA information, meeting times and locations or 12-Step Calls to help the suffering alcoholic.

aa meeting schedule booklet

Print Meeting Schedules

Print 48,000 updated schedule books of our more than 850 active meetings every quarter.

big book alcoholics anonymous

Provide Literature

Sell over 165,000 pieces of literature to groups, individuals, hospitals and treatment centers.

publish aa literature

Publish Literature

Print 78,000 pieces of literature such as the Who Me?, the Four Absolutes pamphlet, and others.

aa website

Maintain Web Site

Provide information to more than 124,000 people and serve up over 1.1 million pages via our Web site.

aa literature inventory

Maintain Inventory

Maintain inventory of 245 literature items for local review and purchase.

  • Your contributions help ensure the future of our Fellowship.
    A.A. World Services
    Self Support Card
  • ... without our Services, we’d certainly spoil the main chance of those millions who don’t yet know.
    Bill W., A.A. Co-Founder
    September 1950
  • It is a spiritual obligation to participate by contributing.
    General Service Office
    A.A. Guidelines - Finance
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