Project Updates

100 Strong Project

Post - July 7 by Dane County TimeBank
100 Strong will be hosting a meeting on July 17th from 6:30-8:00 pm. It will be held in person, following social distancing guidelines, at a private locations. Refreshments will be served. Contact tan.timebank@gmail.com for more information.

Mask Giveaways - A Covid-19 Response Project Project

Post - June 29 by Lorrie Hurckes Dwyer, Executive Director
Hi all. So far we've given away 1000 masks at grocery stores, protests, and the Juneteenth Celebration and March to Freedom. Thank you so much to everyone who has donated masks, money, or time sewing! 

Letter Writing Campaign to End Violence Against Black People Project

Post - June 29 by TimeBank Restorative Justice
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
Attend a letter writing session:
During the session you will learn more about the issue and our demands, get support getting your ideas out, hear sample letters and meet other people doing this important work to end violence. We have a set of 4 demands we want every letter to include and are keeping a tally of the letters sent so we are asking people to attend a zoom gathering to get the details...

Transformative Action Network Project

Video - June 16 by Dane County TimeBank
Dane County TimeBank made this video in response to statements made by elected officials that demonstrate a lack of understanding of restorative justice within our city's systems and institutions. This video is meant to correct common misrepresentations of restorative justice, explain why is is not a personal but an institutional issue, and present a more accurate role of restorative justice practitioners and what...

TimeBank News

It's Time for Action

Jun 23 2020 Hello. Welcome to all of our new members. There have been more than 45 new people that have joined us in the past month. Below is a little more about us for folx who are new to us. Right off the top, the Dane County Timebank staff and board are committed to facilitating exchanges and coordinating projects through a racial and restorative justice lens. Check out this excellent co-conspirators checklist created by members of the Transformative Action Network. Timebanks are grassroots, diy exchange networks. They are social safety nets that build our support systems, reduce...

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.