Warren/Youngstown, OH, USA

Youngstown Inner City Garden

Timebank Potluck

Time Bank Mahoning Watershed Logo

Scratch each other's back

Network locally
 

New Kind of Community

Four Conversations

We Are All In this Together

The journey continues "...a long one, full of adventure, full of discovery.

Mahoning Valley ShareFest 2014

Christmas Pot Luck
 

What would we love to see for our future?

Reaching out at Warren Court House Square.
 

Drop in and have a seat.

Service exchange idea wall.

Mahoning Valley Sharefest Exchange 2014
 

Mahoning Valley Sharefest Exchange 2014

Mahoning Valley Sharefest Exchange 2014

 

Mahoning Valley Sharefest Exchange 2014

 

Mahoning Valley Sharefest Exchange 2014

Time Banker play a connecting string game.

We just love to do projects, what's yours?
 

Autumn Picnics are really neat.

A sample of the endless ideas for Time exchanges.

What gifts of skill and knowledge will you add to the Time Bank and help build a better world?

Time Bank Mahoning Watershed

Vision:
At the TimeBank Mahoning Watershed our vision is a network of communities developing through reciprocity where individuals are using their assets in order to enhance their lives, neighborhoods, and communities.

Mission:
To bring that vision into reality our mission is therefore to ensure that both individuals and groups have the practical tools for accomplishing our visionary ends. We do this work by convening, engaging, mobilizing and supporting individuals and groups, in the use of “Time Credits,” a currency of equally valued services, which creates a network of communities located in the four counties of Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana in Ohio, and Mercer in Pennsylvania.

FIVE – Core Values and Beliefs:
To accomplish our mission, the TimeBank Mahoning Watershed bases its decisions and actions on the following core values and beliefs:

Assets:
We are all assets. Every human being has something to contribute.
Redefining Work:
Some work is beyond price. Work has to be redefined to value whatever it takes to raise healthy children, build strong families, revitalize neighborhoods, make democracy work, advance social justice, and make the planet sustainable. That kind of work needs to be honored, recorded and rewarded.

Reciprocity:
Helping works better as a two-way street. The question: “How can I help you? Needs to change so we ask: “How can we help each other build the world we both will live in?”

Social Networks:
We need each other. People helping each other reweave communities of support, strength and trust. Community is built upon sinking roots, building trust, creating networks that are built on mutual respect and commitment.

Respect:
Respect demands accountability. The voices of all must be heard and heeded so as to promote social justices and compel accountability.

 

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