TimeBank News

Give If You Can

Hello Timebankers. What a year we've had! The variety of work we're accomplishing through timebanking and coming together as a community is beautiful and amazing. These successes demonstrate the value and importance of connection, seeing and valuing one another, and supporting each to be the best we can be. If you are able to give, please consider a financial, tax-deductible donation. Your gift helps us continue to coordinate exchanges and facilitate projects that are addressing community needs... [ more ]

Giving Tuesday - Big News

Hi TimeBankers.  I’m so thankful for this community!     I have some great news to share and I am asking for your support on Tuesday.  Finally, after many years of planning and visioning, we are getting so close to moving in to our new space in the front of the building at the Social Justice Center on Williamson St!  We are pumped about all the ways timebanking values, goals, and plans intersect beautifully with the vision of the Social Justice Center and the exciting opportunities that will be... [ more ]

Giving Tuesday and $15 for 15 Years Campaign

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, Dane County TimeBank sprang into action. Recognizing that the impacts of Covid-19 were hitting Black, Brown, and poor people the hardest, we created a Mask Giveaway pop up project. To date, we have given away over 1,300 masks, most of them hand made by TimeBank members. When George Floyd was murdered, our team held a safe space for youth downtown during the demonstrations. We joined in solidarity with Black led organizations and stood strong in support for... [ more ]

Gratitude

Hello TimeBankers! Things have been busy here at the TimeBank office. We’re working hard to achieve our strategic planning goals. https://danecountytimebank.org/dane-county-timebank-2019-2023-strategic-... Heaps of gratitude to all of our members and staff for helping to make our communities more just. From relationship building to supporting the revolution, your passion, engagement, and exchanges make our world a better place. With a fresh strategic plan, we continue to grow as an... [ more ]

Growth and Opportunity

Hi TimeBankers. We have so much exciting stuff going on. From new staff to upcoming opportunities, we're looking forward to learning and growing together. With a fresh strategic plan and some new staff positions, we're excited to roll into spring.  A huge thank you to everyone who supported Team TimeBank in doing the Polar Plunge this year! We raised $1222.70 from 31 donors. A BIG shoutout to our team members Victoria Echeverría, Jon Hain, and Lorrie Hurckes Dwyer for taking the plunge! Please... [ more ]

Happy Birthday, Dane County TimeBank!

Happy Birthday Dane County TimeBank!   Let’s celebrate!  Join us at the Social Justice Center Open House on 10/20 from 7-10 pm.    https://www.facebook.com/events/297825447697662/ https://danecountytimebank.org/event/timebanks-13th-birthday-bash-and-social-justice-center-open-house   On 10/20 the TimeBank becomes a teenager! That's right, we're celebrating 13 years of neighbors helping neighbors! We have a ton to celebrate including (but not limited to):   -The 3 year anniversary of our work on... [ more ]

Happy New Year

Hello all. Welcome to 2021. We hope you are staying safe and healthy. We’re living in a critical time and change is afoot. There is much work to do to eradicate racism and build new systems that enable justice to occur. We are committed to doing that work collectively, both internally and externally. Thank you for joining us. We want to express our appreciation and gratitude for your engagement and work towards our collective liberation.  As we move into 2021 we are committed and hopeful. We... [ more ]

Happy Spring

Hello Timebankers!  Thanks to everyone who contributed to The Big Share Campaign.  We raised $4250 from 63 donors to support our restorative justice work!  That’s $1400 more than last year.  We’re thrilled.  Thanks to TimeBank members Brooks and Amy for their work on our youth court video. We also had a great turn out for our Circle Up event last month.  The film was phenomenal and prompted an engaging and important discussion around what is and what isn’t restorative justice, how do we as a... [ more ]

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