Grapevine Committee

AA’s Grapevine and La Vina are our fellowship’s meeting in print.  Both are published under AA Grapevine Inc., which is a self-supporting part of our General Service Office in New York.

Grapevine/La Vina issues are one more way in which we help carry the message of AA.  Issues include personal stories on a range of topics from staying sober through difficult situations, steps and traditions, as well as some AA humor.  Subscriptions can be obtained at www.aagrapevine.org.  Hard copy and digital subscriptions are available.

AA Grapevine Inc. also publishes a number of books, audio CD’s, and other items such as calendars.  Any interest in purchasing any Grapevine products please visit www.aagrapevine.org or look for our Area 50 Grapevine/La Vina table at local events.  Our committee will have tables at the upcoming Buffalo Fall Convention and the NYPENN Day of Learning.

The www.aagrapevine.org is the best resource for Grapevine materials and ensures that any and all contributions go directly to AA.  The website includes a digital archive that is constantly growing.  AA Grapevine Inc. is interested in sharing your story as well.  Instructions on submissions either print or digital are found on www.aagrapevine.org.


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The AA Grapevine, Inc. is publisher of the International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Its primary purpose is to carry the AA message to everyone interested in alcoholism through its magazines, websites, and related items, which reflect the experience, strength, and hope of its members and friends on topics related to recovery, unity and service. It strives in all its activities to operate in accordance with the Twelve Steps, the Twelve Traditions, and the Twelve Concepts of AA, without soliciting monetary contributions from AA members or groups to fund operating expenses. Get Your Subscription Today!

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AA Grapevine, Inc. es el editor del International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Su objetivo principal es llevar el mensaje de AA a todos los interesados en el alcoholismo a través de sus revistas, sitios web y artículos relacionados, que reflejan la experiencia, fortaleza y esperanza de sus miembros y amigos en temas relacionados con la recuperación, la unidad y el servicio. Doce Pasos, las Doce Tradiciones y los Doce Conceptos de AA, sin solicitar contribuciones monetarias de los miembros o grupos de AA para financiar los gastos operativos.