Contributions

Regina Intergroup and the Central Office receive funding through literature (and now medallion and card) sales, however, the bulk of our funding is provided directly from group contributions to Regina Intergroup. We are not funded by or through the Districts, Area or General Service Office.

Regina and Area’s Intergroup and the Central Office are not in the same service structure as General Service, Area and District Committees. These are complementary rather than competitive A.A. structures. They exist to help ensure A.A. unity and to fulfill A.A’s primary purpose of carrying the message.

F.Y.I. – What are the Different Service Entities?

(definitions excerpted from F-3 Self-Support: Where Money and Spirituality Mix with permission of A.A®, World Services, Inc.)

  • The local intergroup or central office, which may provide phone service for Twelfth Step calls and other inquiries; coordinates group activities; and facilitates A.A. literature sales, institutions work, public information, and cooperation with the professional community activities.
  • The local district, which communicates directly with the groups, providing the district group conscience for the area assemblies, and serving as a link between the area delegates and the G.S.R.s.
  • The area committee, which coordinates vital A.A. activities over a broad geographic area; sends a delegate to the annual General Service Conference; holds area assemblies to determine the needs of the Fellowship; and provides information at all levels of service.
  • A.A.’s General Service Office, which functions as a storehouse of A.A. information, communicating with members and groups around the world; publishes A.A.’s literature; and supplies information and experience to professionals and others interested in A.A.

Contributions to any of AA's service bodies; local, national and international are voluntary.

Groups are not required to contribute if that is the group choice.  If a group wants to contribute, and has tended to their own financial affairs first, then the following charts are a suggested formula for dispersal.

(Percentages are from F-3 Self-Support: Where Money and Spirituality Mix
with permission of A.A®, World Services, Inc.
)

Groups With An Intergroup

Intergroup - 50%
District - 10%
Area - 10%
GSO - 30%

Groups Without An Intergroup

District - 40%
Area - 30%
GSO - 30%

Regina & Area AA Intergroup and Central Office

Make any cheque or money order payable to Regina AA Intergroup

Mail to or Drop Off at:
Central Office
107-845 Broad Street
Regina, SK.
S4R 8G9

Districts 15, 17 and 18​

Make cheque or money order payable to District 15, District 17 or District 18

Please include your Group Name

Mail to your District Treasurer or

Drop Off at:
Central Office
107-845 Broad Street
Regina, SK.
S4R 8G9

Area 91

Make cheque or money order payable to Area 91 Assembly

Unless otherwise stated in the memo portion of the cheque, the Treasurer will apply the contribution to Area 91.

Please attach a note indicating:

  • Your Group Name
  • The District Number your Group belongs to
  • The Name and Address where the receipt should be sent
Mail to:
Area 91 Assembly
P.O. Box 62
Central Butte, Sask.
S0H 0T0

or Drop Off at:
Central Office
107-845 Broad Street
Regina, SK.
S4R 8G9

General Service Office​

Make cheque or money order payable to General Service Fund​
 

Include your Group Service Number, District Number, and Area 91 on your cheque or money order (or attached note).  If you are unsure of your Group Service Number, please contact your DCM.

Mail to:
General Service Office
P. O. Box 459
Grand Central Station
New York, NY, 10163