The next IDAA annual meeting will be held in Keystone, Colorado July 31 - August 4 , 2013. Go here for more information and registration.
"And We Will Know Peace."
Contribute to IDAA
IDAA seeks your help to carry its message! Since its inception, the IDAA Central Office has been supported by a portion of the registration fees from the annual meeting. In keeping with the AA traditions in which we have no dues or fees, there are expenses, however, beyond the amount of financial support from meeting fees.
Contributions are gratefully accepted to the following IDAA Funds:
GENERAL FUND - This fund supports Central Office daily operations under the direction of the Executive Director. The Central Office mission is to:
SCHOLARSHIP FUND - Contributions to this fund are used entirely by the current annual meeting committee to provide scholarship aid for new, early-in-sobriety members to attend their first IDAA meeting. The fund is also used to help our longer-sober AA and Al-Anon members, who suffer occasional financial hurdles, to attend IDAA.
IDAA ENDOWMENT FUND - This fund, originally established in 1987 in memory of Luke Reed, has been used to memorialize many other members and their families as well. The principle of this fund is never used, but is retained within the fund to create a growing endowment to sponsor scholarships. Given that the fund is of sufficient size, the interest and dividends earned from the fund are distributed to the annual meeting committees to pay for additional scholarships. Contributors can designate their donations to support the future scholarships of members, families, or teens to the annual meeting.
IDAA is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible.
A secure credit card link is offered here to accept contributions to the various funds in IDAA.
Your information will be accessible only by the IDAA Central Office. Credit card information will not be retained. We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover credit cards.
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Community Bulletin Board
International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of doctors and their families whose primary purpose to support one another in recovery from alcoholism and other drug addictions.
The IDAA organization provides support and encouragement through:
IDAA does not provide professional counseling, therapy or treatment.
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