AA’s Founding Moments
November 22, 2017

Your Treasurer is one of the most responsible positions:

  • Requires accuracy, attention to detail & accountability to the Group
  • The Treasurer should have a minimum of 2+ years of quality sobriety
  • Be well grounded in the Twelve Traditions & familiar with Group practices

Duties include but not limited to the following:

  1. Making sure the basket is passed honoring the 7th Tradition. It’s recommended the Treasurer have an assistant or helper.
  2. Take custody of money collected after basket is passed.
  3. Responsible for protecting Group’s funds (Checking Account). Treasurer and another senior member open account for safety and record keeping.
  4. Paying the Group’s bills in a timely manner. We suggest 2 signatures on all checks or on checks exceeding a certain dollar amount.
  5. Responsible for keeping accurate records of the Group’s funds.
  6. Treasurer is responsible for providing a report on a regular basis. Purpose is to provide documentation of income, expense, and balance forward.
  7. Treasurer business meetings keep Group informed about health of the Group. Aids in Group Conscience decisions.
  8. Train Incoming Treasurer and work with them during transition.

In conclusion: Monies the Treasurer collects and overseas enables each Group to fulfill its primary purpose of carrying the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers.