Tucson Time Traders – 2011 Nov

posted Friday, November 11, 2011        

Monday, November 14, 2011
5:30 pmto8:00 pm
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
5:30 pmto8:00 pm

We’re starting a local Timebank for the Tucson region.  If you’re interested in joining, please sign up at tucson.timebanks.org/user/register, and/or contact us by email – timetraders(at)sustainabletucson.org

We’ll be at the Sustainable Tucson General Meeting on Food Security on November 14 to give information about time banking and our local timebank, and help you sign up online.

We’re also hosting a Timebank community potluck & orientation meeting on Tuesday November 22 at the Tucson Ward 3 Office (Grant & Vine).  Please join us!


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Building Tucson’s Empowerment Network 1 Hour at a Time


What Is A Time Bank?

A TimeBank is a group of people who trade an hour of work for an hour of work. The time is banked so you can trade accumulated hours with anyone within the network.

TimeBanking is a rapidly growing movement that allows people to trade assistance, and builds healthy communities.


Missions and Values

  • We are all assets.
  • Redefining work – to value whatever it takes to raise healthy children, build strong families, revitalize neighborhoods, make democracy work, advance social justice, make the planet sustainable.
  • Reciprocity – “How can I help you?” becomes “How can we help each other build the world we both will live in?”
  • We need each other – Networks are stronger than individuals. People help each other reweave communities of support, strength and trust.
  • Respect – Every human being matters.



Go to http://tucson.timebanks.org/ for more information,
Open an account – tucson.timebanks.org/user/register,
Contact us by email – timetraders(at)sustainabletucson.org