Event Details

10th Annual SAA Giving Thanks 

Zoom Link and Info for 2022 Giving Thanks: 

Zoom Meeting ID:  845 0882 4847
Passcode:  72662
Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84508824847?pwd=YlZTaWlSU210ajhkSHlVc00yOEpxdz09


10th Annual SAA Giving Thanks

Open House 9th Tradition Celebration

Saturday, November 19, 2022; 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church

8801 N 43rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85051

Regardless of how we got here or the road to recovery we’ve taken since, in some way we’ve all benefited from the work of the International Service Organization (ISO). At an international level, the ISO provides services that SAA members groups and Intergroups simply cannot provide on their own. And the ISO, like our local groups, is funded primarily through the contributions of members either directly or through meeting 7th traditions.

This event is open to all SAA members, their families, and friends who are 18 and over. The Central/Northern Arizona Intergroup of SAA is sponsoring this potluck event and will provide chicken and prime rib. In addition, there will be a workshop starting at 2:00 pm presented by Lynne M. All donations will go directly to the ISO. At the celebration you can donate by check, cash, or credit card.

No amount is too small!  In addition, you can get information on becoming a Lifeline Partner, someone who helps the ISO carry the message of SAA through monthly sustaining contributions. Please join your program family in giving thanks for our recovery by supporting the ISO!

For more information text Bob L at 602-619-6967.

To be of service at the event please reach out to Bob L to sign up to volunteer for a service position for the event or to bring a dish.

Please join us for fellowship and to express gratitude for the SAA Recovery Program with your donation at this open house fundraiser for the ISO.

  • Date:                                     Saturday, November 19
  • Open House:                    12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
  • Lunch:                                   12:00 pm to 1:45 pm
  • Speaker Workshop:     2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Who:                                      SAA members, family, and friends (18 and over)
  • Where:                                 Jordan Café (located on the north side of campus)

Many of us were set on the path to relief from our addictive sexual behaviors directly or indirectly through the work of the International Service Organization of SAA (ISO). For some of us, our first attempt at getting help was calling the ISO office or searching the ISO website for a local meeting. For others, it was reading SAA literature, like the green book or one of the numerous pamphlets published by the ISO. Still others came to the SAA fellowship through local outreach efforts supported by the ISO.