Curious how to…
- plan a public information or outreach event?
- plan a convention or retreat?
- participate at a health fair?
- set up a newsletter?
- set up a website?
We have you covered with our guidelines. Here’s a brief description of the ones available in the menu above.
Planning an event: Explore a list of the types of events that groups and service bodies typically host. Get suggestions on how to form a committee to get the work done and how to budget so expenses are covered by the suggested donations.
Newsletters: What to include, how to handle anonymity, where to get extra material, and who should review it before distribution.
Health fairs: What you need to know if you ever want to participate in a local health fair, so healthcare professionals and the public can learn about OA.
OA CARES – Inmate Correspondence: Did you know there is a need for members to write to inmates who want to start meetings or need a sponsor so they can work the program? Here’s how volunteers perform this important service.
Public information events: Make OA known in your area through public events how to plan for them, including publicity ideas, volunteer roles, and a suggested timeline.
Professional outreach committees: Learn ways for your service body to reach out to the doctors, educators, therapists, schools, and other professional organizations in your area.
Website development: Groups and service bodies use websites to help spread the word about OA. Here is a single source to review from time to time to ensure you are making the most of your site , while also honoring the Traditions.