The MI Alliance of TimeBanks is an umbrella organization linking and supporting TimeBanks across the state of Michigan. We help individuals, organizations and communities establish and run TimeBanks.
Building Community, One Hour at a Time
“For every hour you spend doing something for someone in your community, you earn one hour. Then you have an hour to spend on having someone do something for you. It’s that simple. Yet it also has profound effects. TimeBanks change neighborhoods and whole communities. TimeBanking is a social change movement in 22 countries and six continents.”
– TimeBanks USA
Michigan Alliance of TimeBanks Learning Circle meetings
Generally on the 1st Saturday of each month, 11am-1pm. These potluck meetings are for TimeBank coordinators and those interested in learning about TimeBanking. Please join us and bring a dish to share.
Location: Peace Lutheran Church, 17029 W. 13 Mile Road in Southfield (between Southfield and Greenfield Roads)
2013 Meetings to be held at Peace Lutheran Church: May 4, June 1, July 13 (2nd Saturday), August 3, September 7, October 5, November 2 and December 7
C and G News [April 15, 2013] – Local TimeBank aims to bring community together
Michigan Daily [April 13, 2013] DEBTx spurs discussion on debt
Huntington Woods-Berkley Patch [April 4, 2013] TimeBank Program Shares Skills, Creates Bonds in Huntington Woods, Royal Oak
HAP LiveWell Mid-Life Newsletter [Fall 2012] TimeBanks: Paying it Forward
U.S. News [October 23, 2012] Time Banks Provide New Way to ‘Spend’ an Hour
Wall Street Journal [August 27, 2012] For Spain’s Jobless, Time Equals Money
NEW REPORT – Children and Youth Services Review [March 5, 2012]