The Coordinating Council has an urgent need for group intergroup representatives to help make sure the local business of Alcoholics Anonymous can be performed. Known locally as Coordinators, intergroup representatives ensure the groups have a voice in overseeing their local central office. The San Diego Central Office Intergroup has not been able to achieve a quorum since the shelter-in-place order came down, and therefore has been unable to perform any official business. While this has not had a significant impact on operations so far, they are fast approaching a point where they will not be able to accomplish legally required business.
The other thing to keep in mind is that during this time of significant hardship, the collective voice of the groups is even more important in helping guide our fellowship in its efforts to ensure still suffering alcoholics can find a solution to their drinking problem. Please think about volunteering to be our group’s Coordinator, to make sure we have a voice in the San Diego Coordinating Council. See the business committee Treasurer’s Outreach Letter below. Download a copy and make sure to share it with the other groups you attend in San Diego.
And remember our Responsibility Pledge:
I am responsible. When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there; And for that, I am responsible.