Events, Alerts, and a farewell to Aaron
Timebanks are powered by the people involved.
With one of the largest and most diverse timebanks in the world, we need you!
We're hosting a leadership brunch to talk about all the ways members can help our timebank.
We're stronger together and we need your help to achieve our mission:
Join current member coordinators to learn more, share stories, brainstorm, and build community.
We’ll meet at the Social Justice Center (1202 Williamson) on Wednesday, October 30th from 11am-1pm.
Leadership Brunch Info
In tech news, check out a new feature on our website - ALERTS!
You can now request an alert for urgent offers/requests. You'll see the checkbox to request an alert when you make your listing.
You can also subscribe to alerts to receive an email whenever another member has an urgent need for community assistance. Just click on subscriptions on your account page and select Subscribe to Alerts.
It's a great way to help members who have urgent needs.
Did you know you can also subscribe to organizations? You can do that too! Check out all the organizations we have and subscribe to any that you'd like to get notifications about. Anytime an organization you subscribe to lists something new, you'll get an email about it. Pretty cool.
Just click on subscriptions on your account page to get started!
A Fond Farewell
TimeBank Restorative Justice Coordinator, Aaron Blake, has decided to follow his dreams and has moved to Atlanta. Many of you know Aaron for his restorative justice work in the schools. He also helped to coordinate the Mallards game last year, many Sharefests, and he organized the Youth of Color Excellence Brunch most recently. He has been an amazing person to work with and we wish him all the best. He's a leader, a teacher, a deep listener, and an all around beautiful person. He'll be back to visit us from time to time, thankfully. We will miss him dearly.
Thank you and happy fall!
Lorrie Hurckes Dwyer