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We need this! In the Shenandoah Valley!



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I would like to connect wtih this group or create a Time Bank Shenandoah County VA.
if interested call me anytime.

Mark Barreres at 540-335-8190
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When is the next Time Bank Event in Harrisonburg VA?

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It would be nice to get one going here in Shenandoah County Virginia

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facebook.com/events/1554994418053843/

We're starting a timebank in Harrisonburg!

The (h)OUR Economy is a new kind of economy based on personal friendships, vibrant community, and a healthy environment. Instead of swapping dollars, we exchange time.

The growing membership in Harrisonburg includes service offers ranging from petsitting and gardening help to nonprofit consultation and bike repair.

Come learn how it works and meet local members at our panel discussion.



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There is a new kind of bank out there these days.  One where members invest time and talent instead of money. Its called time banking where services ranging from home repairs to pet-sitting, tutoring and more are exchanged.  On this edition of Virginia Conversations, we hear  from two Virginia Time Banks to find out how it works, and how you can get involved.

VirginiaPublicRadio.org/2014/03/28/virginia-conversations-time-banking

Charlottesville area Timebank

Shenandoah Valley area Timebank

Roanoke Valley Time Exchange

National Directory of Timebanks

TimeBanks USA, a registered 501c3 headquartered in Washington D.C., was formed in 1995 by Dr. Edgar S. Cahn to expand the knowledge and field of timebanking and its impact on individuals, youth, families, communities, the environment, and the world. TimeBanks USA is committed to supporting timebanks and our partners to advance timebanking by offering ongoing onsite training opportunities in locations across the country; individualized consultation; ongoing group topical webinars and teleconference calls; an annual conference; and access to numerous resources and research in the field of timebanking.

In 1980, Edgar Cahn created TimeBanking (which he first called service credits) as a medium of exchange that would act as a way to encourage and reward the work needed to build strong, resilient communities. As Edgar explains: Ronald Reagan was withdrawing funding for social programs. They were closing down. I thought that if there was going to be no more of the old money to support communities, we should create a new one. The service credits were later named Time Dollars, and later still they took on other names as well, such as time credits and timebank hours.

In 1981, Grace Hill Settlement House in St. Louis, MO became the first organization to use TimeBanking when it brought the new medium of exchange into its Member Organization Resource Exchange (MORE) program.

timebanks.org

 



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