The Lynnwood Alano Club (LAC) Needs Your Support

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Lynnwood Alano Club
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We Have to Move! Help us Raise Funds to Cover Moving Expense and Keep the Rooms Open!


raised by 7 people

$10,000 goal

The Lynnwood Alano Club, a 501(c)3, is located in the middle of the Lynnwood City Center redevelopment spurred by the pending opening of the Lynnwood light rail station opening in 2024. The property that houses the LAC has been sold and is pending redevlopment. Other properties adjacent to the LAC have been identified as necessary for new roadway, are under construction, or have plans in place. The LAC is exploring options for new locations and need your help to pay for the extra costs associated with a new lease, tenant improvements and moving. We would like to raise funds and find a location to move into without interrupting operations and the vital service we provide. 

The LAC is a vital resource for the recovery community in Lynnwood and the surrounding region. As most are now aware, recovery is not just a benefit for the individuals struggling to recover. Families, friends, employers, co-workers, students, neighbors, and all communities stand to benefit when individuals find recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, substance abuse, and traumas and mental issues related to our relationships and interactions with those still suffering. Recovery is a win for individuals, families, businesses, schools, community-based organization and the entire community. There is no place like the LAC that provides a space for suffering addicts  and their families to meet and get the tools they need to recover and connect with the community in Lynnwood and throughout Snohomish County.

LAC works in collaboration with multiple 12 step recovery programs. Overall, there are over 30 groups with over 60 recovery meetings a week. Last year, weekly attendance was about 1,500/week and annual mtg attendance was over 70,000. Now that is a huge impact that we do not want to disrupt. Please consider a donation to the LAC, any amount helps!

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