Project Updates

Transformative Action Network Project

Blog - September 9 by Ryan Eykholt, Transportation Coordinator
We are highlighting powerful letters written through the Letter Campaign to End Violence Against Black People. This Letter of the Week is written by Olivia Barrow and was sent to the Police and Fire Commission, as the PFC gathers public input for the next Chief of Police. 
Please join us in writing letters for the campaign. Our next information and writing session will be Thursday, September 10 at 7:00 - 8:30pm on...

TimeBank News

Summer

Aug 17 2020 Hello Timebankers! Thank you all for engaging with us in so many ways over the past few months.    As you know, we have been setting the direction and developing projects and activities within the TimeBank that center racial and restorative justice. We've got ongoing work to do as individuals and as a community to disrupt, dismantle, reimagine, and build together. We continue to center, support, and follow Black leadership as we come together to work towards liberation.    In the coming months we will begin to look deeper within our own organization and explore ...

A Message from our Executive Director

An important message from TimeBank Executive Director, Lorrie Hurckes Dwyer, on our priority and commitment in moving forward with facilitating exchanges and coordinating projects through a racial and restorative justice lens.

TimeBank members are a caring and interconnected community of people who help each other by sharing their abilities, talents, and experiences. When members provide a service for another member, they earn one TimeBank Hour for each hour they spend providing the service – everyone’s time and talents are valued equally. Members exchange each TimeBank Hour they earn for an hour of service from someone else within the network.