Members of a Timebank exchange skills, time and knowledge. We use time instead of money as a currency. Everyone has talents and abilities to share: timebanking is a great way for people to benefit and learn from one another.
One hour of work earns one time credit. It doesn’t matter what skills are exchanged. Everyone’s time is valued equally. Your timebank account keeps track of your time credits that you can exchange for services offered by other members.
For example, members have helped each other get to the supermarket, fix bikes, learn languages and get job advice. Others have shared their sewing, music, cooking and photography skills. The possibilities are endless. You can choose what you’d like to offer.
There are many ways timebanking can benefit us and enrich our lives. Here’s a starting point: download our FREE guide with 50 ways timebanking can help you grow your social your connections in a time of change.
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