Donations

Donation Program

Help cover the costs of the RoundUp weekend and keep the Conference affordable for all.

The Roundup Committee is made up of people who donate their time helping with organizing and running fundraisers and events for the New Jersey Roundup.

We always hear in recovery how service is important and in order to keep it we need to give it away. What better way to get involved with service then to join and help the committee?

We need help with:
Fundraising - Creating events such as dances, game night, bowling events, spagetti dinner, pancake breakfast, etc that we will receive donations to help offset the cost for the annual NJ Roundup in Asbury Park.

Booking - Speakers for events.
Outreach - contacting other groups and roundups with information on up coming events.
Program - Creating and organizing the meeting and seminar lists for the 3 days of the New Jersey Roundup.
Registration - taking applications for people going to the roundup, assisting with people signing up at the roundup.

Everyone is welcome to join the Roundup Committee or volunteer to help at events. If you would like to help at our events by making coffee, greeting people, etc, your services would be greatly appreciated. We also have a scholarship program where you can volunteer time to offset the cost for events.

DONATE through PAYPAL

DONATE through VENMO

To avoid transactions fees you may donate through Barry Bullis, the Committee Treasurer's VENMO account. All donations will be transferred to the NJRU account.  We appreciate Barry's offer so that you may avoid transaction fees.

His Venmo username is Barry-Bullis
or please scan the QR code below.

BarryBullis_Venmo

DONATE by MAIL

Mail your donation to:
New Jersey RoundUp
Attn: Scholarship Program
35 Salter Place, Maplewood, NJ 07040

For more information Email the NJRoundUp Treasurer

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New Jersey RoundUp
35 Salter Place
Maplewood, NJ 07040

About Us

The New Jersey RoundUp is an AA conference with Al-Anon participation hosted by LGBTQ+ and allied members of Alcoholics Anonymous. As a non-profit organization, the purpose of the Roundup is to host a convention each year to carry the message of AA through fellowship, laughter, love and understanding.