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Other Ways of Giving

Did you know you can help support the Club through dollars you are already spending? The Kroger Community Rewards Program allows their Plus Shoppers to select a non-profit organization to receive a percentage of the money they spend doing their shopping at Kroger. All you have to do is select the Washtenaw Alano Club every year as your non-profit to give to, and a small percentage of the dollars you already spend doing your Kroger shopping will be sent to the Club!

Amazon also allows its shoppers to support their favorite charitable organization at no additional cost to you, through AmazonSmile. By selecting the Washtenaw Alano Club as your charitable organization and using the smile.amazon.com link, we will receive a percentage of any money you spend with Amazon.

Through both of these rewards programs, you can help support the Club without spending any extra dollars from your pocket!

Read more to learn how to sign up for Kroger and/or AmazonSmile rewards programs to support our Club!

Tool Sale Donations Needed!

The Washtenaw Alano Club is looking for hand and trade tool donations for our upcoming Tool Sale Fundraiser this fall!

If you have any unwanted tools looking for a new home, we would be happy to take them off your hands!

There is a tool donation drop off bin in the hallway of the Club for collection!

The date of the sale is still to be determined, stay tuned for details.

For more info, call or email Joe D. at (734) 649-2250, jdownes68@comcast.net

Mission Statement

The mission of Washtenaw Alano Club is to provide a facility and an environment conducive to spiritual growth for recovery from addictive behavior.  We achieve our mission by owning and operating a support center that is home to the largest and most diverse offering of 12-step recovery meetings in Washtenaw County. With more than 72 recovery meetings a week, 1,500 visitors each week and 18 distinct 12-step programs, the Washtenaw Alano Club strives to build an accessible and vibrant recovery support community.