Just like almost every other non-profit organization, LifeRing faces the need to increase its revenue if it wants to grow. There are three basic streams of money available to us: income from book sales; donations, and grants. Book sales have been steady in recent years and may be helped by a new edition of the Recovery by Choice Workbook, due out soon. But there are limits to what we can expect from that source. Grant applications are a so-far untapped resource that we hope to explore beginning this year — but grants are not easy to get and there is fierce competition for every dollar.

That leaves donations. Much of LifeRing’s income now comes from passing the basket at face-to-face meetings, and appeals to our on-line participants, but at this time of the year we also send out a request for direct donations to our members and supporters. Here’s the letter we sent out this year. Our mailing list is imperfect, so I hope you’ll read the letter here and consider a donation. Thank you!

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LifeRing Secular Recovery is an organization of people who share practical experiences and sobriety support. There are as many ways to live free of drugs and alcohol as there are stories of successful sober people.

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