The Seventh Tradition states: “Every A.A. group ought to be fully self–supporting, declining outside contributions.”
While contributions cover each group’s rent and other expenses, the Seventh Tradition is essential at every level of A.A. service.
If each of us contributes what we can to keep A.A.’s service structure healthy, A.A. will be alive and well to help the next suffering alcoholic.
Intergroup / Central Office is very grateful for any and all contributions, no matter how small. We need your help to stay open, and to one day have a 6-month prudent reserve. We wouldn’t have made it through 2020-2022 without you.
If you or your group wishes to contribute a 7th Tradition, here are the options for directly supporting your Intergroup / Central Office:
Mail a check to:
Northern Colorado Intergroup
155 N College Ave #120
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Becoming a Faithful Fiver
The Faithful Fiver idea came about when we remembered we wasted much more than five dollars each month during our drinking days. A Faithful Fiver pledges to contribute $5 or more every month to support the Central Office’s effort to carry the A.A. message of hope and recovery to the still suffering alcoholic. Your contribution can and will make our vital services possible. Use the button below to donate and consider checking the “Make this a monthly donation” box on the next page to automatically send your donation each month!
The Birthday Plan is for members who wish to contribute to the Central Office for their A.A. birthday to show their gratitude to A.A. on their birthday. Typically (in the US and Canada), this is called becoming a member of the Birthday Club. Members donate a dollar or some multiple for each year of their sobriety annually. It’s a great way to look back and be grateful, look ahead and be hopeful, and look around and be helpful. All Thanks to Alcoholics Anonymous! Happy Anniversary! Take a look at the history of the birthday plan on Grapevine.