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BE OF SERVICE. 

The In Between Fellowship is only as great as its members' commitment to

giving what was so freely given to them. 

 

There are many ways to be involved. See our open service commitments below.

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GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS TRUSTED SERVANTS


The following conditions apply to all Trusted Servants of the IBF

Trusted Servants and Trustees status: Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern. IBF Trusted Servants are the duly elected officers of the Business Group – they comprise the Steering Committee.

  • All trusted servants must be alcoholics (have a desire to stop drinking) and consider the IBF to be their Home Group.

  • Any trusted servant who fails to maintain their sobriety will automatically be considered to have resigned their position.

  • No trusted servant will be paid to perform their Twelfth Step service, but they will be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses.

  • All Trusted Servants and Trustees will be elected by the Business Group, with substantial unanimity (2/3 vote) whenever possible.

  • Trusted Servants will attend both Business Group and Steering Committee meetings and will submit monthly reports to the Business Group.

Our Leaders are but trusted Servants, they do not govern.

Beginners meeting coordinator

1 year service commitment

2 year sobriety requirement

H&I Group representative

2 year service commitment

2 year sobriety requirement 

General service representative 
(alterna
te)

2 year service commitment

2 year sobriety requirement 

 

Beginner Meeting Coordinator

 Requirements

 

Minimum requirements:

  • Two years of continuous sobriety

 

Responsibilities:

  • Recruits members (1 male and 1 female) to host the coming month’s Beginner’s
    Meetings.

  • Finds replacement or hosts meeting when there is a No-Show or Cancellation

  • Coordinates with Literature Chairperson to ensure all AA approved literature is
    available for weekly Beginner’s Meetings

 

H&! Group Representative

Requirements

 

Minimum requirements:

  • Two years of continuous sobriety

 

Responsibilities:

  • Acts as the link between the group and the Area 53 Alameda H&I Committee.

  •  Represents the group at H&I Area Meetings.

  • Keeps group members informed about H&I issues and service openings.

  • Ensures that local roster of open positions is posted at Fellowship.

  • Makes meeting announcements about  H&I orientations.

  • Encourages awareness and proper use of the H&I Pink Cans.

 

General Service Rep

Requirements

 

Minimum requirements:

  • Two years of continuous sobriety

 

Responsibilities:

  • Acts as the link between the group and AA as a whole. Represents the group at
    district meetings and Area assemblies

  •  Keeps group members informed about General Service activities and publications

  • Prepares and presents current Agenda Topics

  • Facilitates group conscience on such topics.

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Requirements 2

 raffle chair

1 year service commitment

2 year sobriety requirement

supply chair

2 year service commitment

2 year sobriety requirement 

intergroup
 representative

2 year service commitment

2 year sobriety requirement 

Raffle Chair

 Requirements

 

Minimum requirements:

  • 2 years of continuous sobriety

 

Responsibilities:

  • Receive all monies donated in whatever manner to the Group Center and deposit in IBF’s bank account in a timely manner. (Monies collected include but are not limited to: 7th
    Tradition, coffee bar, coke machine, donation for special events, repairs, etc.
    )

  • Attends in-person monthly Birthday Meeting and all IBF events with raffles

  • Handles accounting & tracking for raffle items, submits envelope for deposit

  • Maintains stock of prizes from member donations or funding from Treasurer

  • Maintains raffle tickets

  • Obtains selected Literature from Literature person

  • Conducts raffles

  • Makes financial report at Business Committee meeting

Supply Chair

Requirements

Minimum requirements:

  • 2 years of continuous sobriety

  • Active IBF Member

  • 1 year previous Service at IBF

 

Responsibilities:

  • Researches to find the best prices for regularly purchased items

  • Purchases paper products, coffee and bar supplies, cleaning supplies and other items as needed

  • Maintains the supply cabinet and keeps organized

  • Maintains monthly inventory of items in the supply cabinet

  • Works with the Literature person(s) and other members of the group and the Steering Committee

Intergroup Representative Requirements

 

Minimum requirements:

  • Five year of continuous sobriety

  • Active IBF Member

  • Previous 6-12 month Service Commitment

  • Willing to serve for a minimum of 12 months

  • Trustworthy and honest

  • Elected, non-paid position and must have the approval of the Group Conscious of the IBF

 

Responsibilities:

  • Acts as the link between the group and the East Bay Intergroup committee

  • Represents the group at EB Intergroup meetings, participating in the decision-making process 

  • Keeps group members informed about Intergroup activities, publications, and EBI finances.

Requirements 3
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