Thanks to your generous donations each year, the Convention raffle has always proven to be a fun and interesting part of our planned events. This year's raffle will prove to be just as fun and interesting as past raffles, so please participate, as this kind of fun also helps pay for Convention costs.
Additionally, please feel free to make a donation this year. Previous donations have included (but are certainly not limited to): quilts, beadwork, artwork, jewelry, paintings, jackets, t-shirts, shawls, pottery, and electronics. Please seriously consider contributing your own unique donation to the raffle!
And remember: all contributions and donations help underwrite our cause: to bring the AA message to other suffering alcoholics. Thank you for your support!!
We are currently accepting donations for this year's Convention raffle.
THREE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP!!
Many people ask each year how they can help out with the Convention.
Please consider these three suggestions:
1.) Pleasepre-register for the Convention.
2.) Please purchase a Banquet ticket
3.) Pleasepurchase a Brunch ticket.
And since you are enjoying the benefits of sobriety (by not purchasing alcohol and saving a few bucks in the process), please feel free to help by sponsoringthe cost of a banquet ticket or two for someone else.
Additionally, sponsoring persons for registration too is a great way to help those in need.
Monetary donations to the fellowship as a member of the fellowship are always welcome as well!
The raffle is a fun and unique way to donate. Previously an individual donated a star quilt because members of the family are in the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. The raffle sales help pay for several areas of the Convention, including the Pow Wow.
Please bring your donation(s) and contributions (monetary, raffle items, etc.) to the Convention. Please see the Hospitality Chairperson for guidance with your contributions and donations.
If you have any questions, please contact us through the contact page of this website.
NOTE: No AA registration money is used to pay for non-AA activities.