The Atlantic Alano Club (AAC) is a recovery club dedicated to providing the Lesbian, Gay, and Trans community a safe place to attend 12-Step recovery meetings and associated events. Everyone is welcome at the Atlantic Alano Club regardless of sexual orientation.
Since its inception in 1984 - over 30 years ago - many 12-Step Fellowships
have used our facility to host their meetings. Some of these fellowships include...
Alcoholics Anonymous, NA, CODA, Crystal Meth Anonymous as well as many others. The AAC also hosts various social events throughout the year including movie nights, dances, potlucks, and other social gatherings.
The Atlantic Alano Club is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization.
Help the Atlantic Alano Club get new floors by making a tax-deductible donation to the Club! Sponsor one, two, or more squares for only $25 per square.
Donating is simple, and once you’ve made your contribution, you can put your name down as a backer! There are three ways to donate...
• Complete one of the special donation envelopes and include your cash or check donation
• Click the Donate button above and make a quick $25 donation
• Visit the AAC Facebook page and click the link for our fundraiser
Once you’ve made your donation online or in person, write in your name to claim your square ... it’s as easy as that! Click here to view the flooring map.
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The Atlantic Alano Club has an opportunity to partner with a Foundation who will match our fundraising efforts to purchase our own property.
Our goal is simple, we want to secure a permanent and safe home for The Atlantic Alano Club. Our current facility is limited. We want to find a home for the club that better accommodates our handicapped friends, allows meetings to grow, and provides a safe place for members to meet and socialize with other sober LGBT alcoholics and addicts.
Please help by clicking the button to the left to visit our gofundme page.
All members of the club are entitled and encouraged to attend the meetings of the Board of Directors.
Board meetings are held at the club once a month, on the third Saturday of each month at 9:00am.
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