Every GSA group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.
Seventh Tradition of GreySheeters Anonymous
GreySheeters Anonymous World Services, Inc. is an organization exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services are provided in exchange for your donation. Our Tax ID is 11-3430822.
How to Contribute
If you are sending a donation from a personal account on behalf of a GSA group or intergroup, please indicate the name of the meeting making the donation in the Notes (PayPal) or Dedicate (Text) section. If you are sending an anniversary donation, please indicate that in the notes.
Text to Donate
United States residents only. Text "NMW" to 44-321 to receive a secure link to make a one-time or monthly Seventh Tradition donation from your bank, credit card, or ApplePay.
Donate by PayPal
Make a one-time or monthly contribution to GSAWS using a credit or debit card or your PayPal account. No PayPal account required. US and international donations accepted.
GSA members outside the US can donate by ACH (bank debit) or wire transfer to our Wise account to save fees. Email the GSAWS treasurer for details.
More Ways to Contribute
Making an anniversary donation to GSAWS is a way to acknowledge the fellowship that supports our abstinence. It helps support our Primary Purpose of carrying the message to the compulsive eater who still suffers.
Donate by Check or Money Order
If you prefer not to make online payments, you can send a check or money order payable to GSAWS, Inc. Include your group or intergroup ID if the donation is for a group. Be sure to mention if this is an anniversary donation.
Contact the GSAWS Treasurer to obtain the mailing address.
There’s an easy way for any GreySheeter to make a monthly recurring donation via PayPal or Text to Donate. If you choose to sign up, a donation will automatically come out of your checking account or credit card each month.
Remembering GSA in Your Estate Planning
GSAWS can accept bequests of up to $8,000 from GSA members on a one-time basis (not in perpetuity). Your financial planner or attorney will know how to set this up.
Contact the GSAWS Treasurer if you have any questions.
More information for GSA members and group treasurers.
Where Do Donations Go?
Learn how GSAWS spends the money that groups, intergroups, and individual GSA members contribute.
The Group Treasurer
The group treasurer cares for many financial details of the group and is also a vital part of the Twelfth Step work of each group.
These guidelines are taken from the shared experiences of some virtual meetings in practicing the Seventh Tradition.
Current and 3-Year Budgets
The GSAWS Treasurer and Finance Committee work with the Conference Committees to prepare each year's budget. The Board of Trustees approves the coming year's budget in December.
The GSAWS Treasurer publishes monthly reports showing income and expenses for GreySheeters Anonymous World Services, Inc.