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Some groups, after paying their meetings expenses and putting aside enough money for a prudent reserve, find that they have money left over to give to the service structure of CMA as a whole. Your meeting decides what percentage of that money goes to which entity of CMA. There are no rules or requirements about this. Some meetings simply don’t take in enough money to make contributions, other meetings can. The addresses are provided below in case your meeting can make such a donation.
Greater Los Angeles District of CMA
Make Check or Money Order payable to: Greater Los Angeles District of CMA
The California Area Assembly of CMA
Check or Money Order payable to: California Area Assembly of CMA
CMA General Services
Check or Money Order payable to: CMA General Services
Most meetings hold a business meeting and take a group conscience to decide these matters. Some will have to determine how much money to put away for lean times or unexpected expenses. A rule of thumb is sometimes to build up a prudent reserve of 2 months of expenses, then any funds above that are divided between the service arms of CMA above.
... Please include your groups’ name and day of meeting on your check or money order.
- 60% Greater Los Angeles District of CMA
- 10% The California Area Assembly of CMA
- 30% CMA General Services