|Per AA’s 7th tradition, WAI can accept contributions from only A.A. members and groups: by contributing, you acknowledge you are an AA member. All contributions are used to fund WAI services and may be tax-deductible.|
Worcester Area Intergroup
100 Grove St. Suite 314
Worcester, MA 01605
General Service Committee Area 30
P.O. Box 51411
Boston, MA 02205
P.O. Box 2407
James A Farley Station
New York, NY 10116-2407
|50%||Intergroup or Central Office|
"Self-support begins with me, because I am part of us — the group. We pay our rent and utility bills, buy coffee, snacks and A.A. Literature. We support our central office, our area committee, and our General Service Office. If it were not for those entities, many new people would never discover the miracles of A.A."
Reprinted from Self-Support: Where Money and Spirituality Mix, page 5, with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.
"Every A.A. member wants every alcoholic in the world to have the chance that [s]he has had. Every A.A. member wants unity for our movement. Every A.A. member wants the good opinion of medicine, religion and the general public. We know we must have these things or the new [wo]man may never get [her]his chance. The Intergroup associations are the best insurance we can have that our life lines to the hundreds of thousands yet to come will never break or tangle. Let us always be generous. Let us warmly support Intergroup."
Bill W. 1949
In keeping with A.A.’s 7th Tradition, Worcester Area Intergroup accepts contributions from only two sources: A.A. groups and individual A.A. members. An A.A. group may contribute any amount; for A.A. members, WAI follows the General Service Conference limit of up to five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) per year. Bequests in wills of up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) are accepted on a one-time basis.