Even if you don’t play golf or cannot participate on the day of the event you can still support the community effort of the A&A Foundation by donating to the Annual golf classic. Both Aaron and Angela sincerely appreciates your monetary assistance for the work being done by A&A within the addiction community. Please state “Golf Donation” when submitting your amount.


Volunteers Wanted

Would you like to be an A&A Charity Golf Classic volunteer? We’d love to have you – but first we need you to provide some information about your schedule, expertise and interest. Click the Form box and get us your information. Thank you and we potentially look forward to your participation.


Auction Item Donation

Not interested in playing or volunteering but you have access to GREAT Auction stuff – we LOVE it. All of your production donations are deductible. You can donate any type of an Auction Item, Product, Service, or if it is more of a smaller SWAG type product/item then we will need 125 pieces for all of the participants. We thank you ahead of time and please click below to get us your donation information.


Charitable Information

The A&A Foundation – 23010 Bryce St., Woodland Hills, 91364
501C3 Charter#: 4034627 | 501C3 Charter#: 4034627 | Tax-Exempt EIN#: 82-2063975
General Inquires:
Foundation Asst.:
Brass Tacks Recovery: 15456 Ventura Blvd. – #410 | Encino CA 91403 / (888) 277-8225

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are many sponsorship opportunities available for this exclusive golf event to benefit the A&A Foundation. This is an exciting opportunity to support this important cause, enjoy a challenging golf course and spend a day with fellow corporate executives and friends.


A&A’s Board of Directors

The A&A Board of Directors are both experienced in life and addiction recovery. The A&A board is committed to excellence, progress, results and change. The A&A board understands the addiction recovery community as well as the business it has become. The Board will continue to steer the A&A Foundation in a direction that guarantees its reputation and community respect remains at the highest level. Addiction recovery has become big business over the last 15-20 and with that comes great responsibility to remain committed to one’s principles, mission and goals. The A&A Board of Directors considers community respect and client experience and recovery rate the benchmark of success.

Recovery FAQs

The process of addiction recovery can be a long road, however that road, is often made more difficult by either lack of information or lack of correct information. The A&A Foundation strives to ensure that all of its clients and beneficiaries fully understand the addiction recovery landscape as well as the ethics of going about the addiction recovery with integrity. To that end The A&A Foundation is committed to assistance and dedicated to education.

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The Beneficiaries

A&A is committed to financially assisting the addiction community through their charity golf event. So many tremendous facilities are in need of funds. To assist an individual in their darkest time of need – is the greatest assistance of all. If you would like to better understand the mission and goals of how the charitable event funds will be dispersed and put into action please review our WHO WE ARE Page.

Special Thanks

It does indeed take massive intra-community support to ensure success at a charity event. The A&A Foundation wishes to acknowledge the following individuals without whom the event would not have been possible.


What an amazing crew of human giving that the 1st Annual A&A Charity Golf Classic gathered together. These fine folks we’re responsible for ensuring that everyone had a great day, we’re well taken care of, and kept us on track to our goals. Three cheers for our tremendous Volunteers. If you have an interest in becoming a Volunteer for next year simply fill out this short online form of information and submit.


We understand that you may still have a few questions regarding this A&A Charity Golf Classic. If this is the case please email tournament Director, Bob Levey,