To connect people in sharing time and talents to meet needs, improve systems, and address community issues throughout Dane County.

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.

Project Updates

Transformative Action Network Project

Going For Broke
Blog - May 6 - Marin Smith,

Tiers as a Model for Racism
Blog - April 21 - Gretchen Trast,

The Garden Project Project

Food Justice - A Garden Project Collaboration
Post - April 27 - Lorrie Hurckes Dwyer, Executive Director

TimeBank News

Commitment and New Beginnings

May 08 2020 Hello! I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy as spring rolls in. With spring comes new growth and new opportunities. As we continue to reflect on what it means to timebank through a racial and restorative justice lens, we continue to understand that in order to truly be a grassroots network of exchange and community based support that stands firmly in the values of timebanking, it is critical that we name and address the impacts of racism and white supremacist culture in our work and in our communities.  If we don't center race and the principles of restorative...