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Volunteers Needed

12 Step Call Volunteers*

24-hour Hotline (12th-Step Call Volunteers).

As a 12th-Step Call Volunteer, you are ready to respond to anyone who reaches out for help. A hotline or office volunteer will call you and provide the name and number of an alcoholic in need for you to call as soon as possible. Your job is to help the caller understand what AA is, how AA works, and how they can get connected to AA.

By adding your name to the 12th-Step Call Volunteer list, you indicate your willingness to talk via phone, texting, or meeting in person if appropriate (the buddy system is highly encouraged). 

* One year sobriety is suggested.

AAIG Office Volunteers*

The office shift is Monday thru Saturday 10am – 2pm.
Intergroup Office is staffed by volunteers who have committed to take on a minimum 2 hour shift of being present in the office to handle calls and sell literature.
All Central Office volunteers will receive training.

* Nine months sobriety is suggested.

Hotline volunteers

Answer the hotline.  Expect between 0 and 5 calls. Either share your experience, strength and hope, or connect them with someone on the 12 Step Call list. Calls will come to your phone. 

Multiple shifts available – Daily from 10am – 10am.

* Nine months sobriety is suggested.

AAIG Committee Volunteers Needed

Alternate Chair

Suggested five years of continuous and current sobriety, unless waived by a vote at the GMM.

Attend called Advisory Committee meetings and monthly GMM.

Assume same duties as the Chair in the event of Chair’s absence.

Fill vacant Advisory Committee positions until vacancy has been filled.

AAIG Page Image

Volunteers Needed

12 Step Call Volunteers*

24-hour Hotline (12th-Step Call Volunteers).

As a 12th-Step Call Volunteer, you are ready to respond to anyone who reaches out for help. A hotline or office volunteer will call you and provide the name and number of an alcoholic in need for you to call as soon as possible. Your job is to help the caller understand what AA is, how AA works, and how they can get connected to AA.

By adding your name to the 12th-Step Call Volunteer list, you indicate your willingness to talk via phone, texting, or meeting in person if appropriate (the buddy system is highly encouraged). 

* One year sobriety is suggested.

AAIG Office Volunteers*

The office shift is Monday thru Saturday 10am – 2pm.
Intergroup Office is staffed by volunteers who have committed to take on a minimum 2 hour shift of being present in the office to handle calls and sell literature.
All Central Office volunteers will receive training.

* Nine months sobriety is suggested.

Hotline volunteers

Answer the hotline.  Expect between 0 and 5 calls. Either share your experience, strength and hope, or connect them with someone on the 12 Step Call list. Calls will come to your phone. 

Multiple shifts available – Daily from 10am – 10am.

* Nine months sobriety is suggested.

AAIG Committee Volunteers Needed

Alternate Chair

Suggested five years of continuous and current sobriety, unless waived by a vote at the GMM.

Attend called Advisory Committee meetings and monthly GMM.

Assume same duties as the Chair in the event of Chair’s absence.

Fill vacant Advisory Committee positions until vacancy has been filled.

AAIG Events Coordinator

Suggested two years of continuous and current sobriety, unless waived by a vote at the GMM.

Act as a central point-of-contact for local AA-event scheduling to help prevent conflicts in scheduling local events.

Keep ‘Events’ section of AAIG website current through regular updates to Web Servant.

Form and chair a standing Events Committee to plan and coordinate the annual Intergroup Summer Picnic and Intergroup Thanksgiving Feast.

Keep records of what is bought and used for these events.

Create and manage an annual budget which will include both events.

Help to ensure that AA Guidelines and Traditions are being observed at Intergroup events to the best of their ability.

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Anchorage Area Intergroup,

615 E 82nd Avenue,

Suite B-8

Anchorage, AK 99518

© Copyright 2021 – Anchorage Area Intergroup.

These pages are neither endorsed nor approved

by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

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