Co-Dependents Recovery Society Literature Page
Seventh Tradition Donations Co-Dependents Anonymous
Every CoDA group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.
CoDA groups encourage responsibility in financial matters, such as paying for meeting room space, literature and refreshments. We maintain treasuries through voluntary contributions from members only. After the group meets its own needs and obligations, it is suggested that excess funds over and above a prudent reserve be distributed to the larger communities of CoDA: local, provincial, regional, national or international. Co-Dependents Anonymous does not accept large contributions from any individual, nor do we accept money, space or services from non-CoDA sources. Thus, we maintain accountability and independence.
From “Using the Twelve Traditions” Pamphlet.
7th traditon donations can be sent with a literature order designating where you would like to see it go or donations can be mailed to the following addresses.
Make cheques payable to Co-Dependetns anonymous
390 – 2 Homewood Ave.
Co-Dependents Recovery Society
Make cheques payable to Co-Dependents Recovery Society
PO Box 306 Stn. Main
Surrey, British Columbia
or fax form to 1-888-675-8325
Co-Dependents Recovery Society sends a 7th tradition donation to CoDA World Fellowship on an annual basis as well as royalties for the privilige of printing literature in Canada. We use 7th tradition money to fund the website, which hosts a forum and meeting list, allow CDRS trustees to go to the Co-Dependents Anonymous Service Conference (CSC) and to pay for initial startup of literature in Canada. We hope to publish the “Blue Book abridged” version in 2012 or early 2013, if funds permit.
All donations received by Co-Dependents Recovery Society that is designated “CoDA Canada” is forwarded to them. 7th Tradition Funds are not tax deductable, although you will be acknowledged in the Newsletter.
Board of Co-Dependents Recovery Society
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