AA Agnostica has been around for a while now. Launched in June 2011 when two agnostic groups were booted out of the Toronto Intergroup, the website has played its own important and unique role in the growth of the secular movement within Alcoholics Anonymous.
To date we have posted over 600 articles by we agnostics, atheists and freethinkers from around the world. Just a bit more than an article a week. And now our plan is this: to continue on to reach a total of ten years. One decade.
That means we could stop posting in June of 2021. That’s less than a year away now. But to achieve the goal of keeping AA Agnostica up and running we would certainly appreciate some financial support to cover a number of expenses. These include the cost of our web host and server, website plugins, a very special security program, a brand new theme, etc.
Want to help AA Agnostica?
You can do that by making a modest contribution:
Thank you! Gratitude is a major part of what we experience in recovery, and is our immediate reaction to your support.