SAVE THE IMPERIAL ALANO CLUB!

PLEASE HELP SAVE THE IMPERIAL ALANO CLUB
The Imperial Alano Club has been struggling financially for some time now. The reality is, if things do not change soon, the club will be forced to close sometime in the future.

THE GOOD NEWS IS, IT IS NOT TOO LATE
But we must act now! All of us who have benefited from the clubs existence and have found a new life in recovery, can still do what they can to ensure that it remains open for many others in the years to come. Please visit our Go Fund Me page and do what you can.

The Imperial Alano Club is a non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductable.

Welcome to The Imperial Alano Club

MISSION STATEMENT
The Imperial Alano Club is a well known institution in the recovery community for over 40 years. It was founded as an organization designed to provide resources and support for the local 12 Step groups, related facilities and social environment. We also provide support resources for Detox, Domestic Violence and the Homeless. Our members have many years Drug and Alcohol free and most participate regularly in 12 Step groups and activities. Our main goal is to assist those who are seeking help with a drug or alcohol problem to find a new way to enjoy life Sober and Clean.

HISTORY OF ALANO CLUBS
Alano Club’s today are a structure for for ex-drunks to congregate and provide a environment for them and their families with a “town hall” for companionship and fun.

In 1940, a group of whisky-steeped A.A.’s in Akron, Ohio, organized the appropriately named Arid Club.  Seven years later, in New York, an even more booze-wracked group of A.A.’s  opened a club and called their organization the Twenty-Four-Hour Club because they believed that going just twenty-four hours at a time without a helpful snort would be a monumentally ambitious program.  Word of these two outstanding successes spread abroad.and clubs for alcoholics sprang up all over the country.  Now hundreds of Clubs are located in the United States, Canada and on every Continent.

Club life for ex-drunks is another of A.A.’s  miracles. It transforms many A.A.’s  as it helps the cure and social readjustment of ordinary case-hardened alcoholics into shining examples of its spiritual philosophy.