Please take the Triangle Club Survey by December 18
Spend about five minutes helping the Triangle Club Board better understand how to improve the Club, increase
engagement, and better serve you. All responses will be anonymous, but compiled results and potentially specific
examples (without names) will be publicly shared at our Annual Meeting in January. Take the Survey!
Annual Appeal. Make an annual donation online.
Sunday, December 6th is Anniversary Sunday for everyone who acknowledged a recovery date in ANY 12 step fellowship for the month of November. Come join us for the celebration and fellowship. Cake, coffee and juice will be served from 1:30pm - 3pm. All are welcome to attend!.
Are you looking for a service opportunity? The Club always needs volunteers to help with fellowship and fundraising events. To learn more or sign up, talk to any current Board member or the Club Manager.
SAVE THE DATE! The Club's 26th Anniversary Celebration is on Friday, January 1st immediately following the Noon meeting. More details will be announced soon.
The Triangle Club is a non-profit organization serving the lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender (LGBT) 12-step recovery community of the Washington DC area. Our mission is to provide a
safe and dependable clubhouse space where LGBT people may hold meetings in accordance with the 12 Steps and
Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. We also foster an environment for fellowship, education, spiritual support
and social opportunities. We are proud to have been of service to the LGBT recovery community since 1990.
The Triangle Club is an incorporated organization not owned by any
12-step group or collection of 12-step groups that meet at the facility such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon
Family Groups, Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Debtors Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Co-Dependent's Anonymous,
Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous, etc. In accordance with the Sixth Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous, these
organizations do not finance or lend their name to any related facility. We respect and abide by the Guidelines
on Clubs published by AA World Services. The Club is also separate from treatment facilities and the Capital
Roundup, though; we do at times work in partnership.