Message from the Steering Committee

In 2018 we received an outpouring of tremendous support, which averted a looming financial crisis for NYIG. Our prudent reserve has seen a modest increase. As a result, services have not been curtailed. Our volunteers continue to reach out to the alcoholic who still suffers, and all other services groups in the Greater New York area have come to expect are being provided. For this, you have our deepest thanks.

NYIG, however, relies upon your continued support — ongoing contributions remain essential if we are to avoid a return to that time of financial emergency. Recurring contributions are strongly encouraged.

With gratitude,
The Steering Committee of New York Inter-Group

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