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A Time Exchange for Missoula and the Surrounding Communities!

From Arlee to Hamilton and Alberton to Potomac

The Missoula Time Bank is a service exchange which uses time rather than money. Members provide services for other members. Members earn time hours, and spend them on the services they need... All skills are valued equally!

An Important Announcement:

Missoula Time Bank is taking time to refresh our vision and support our current membership. For the present, we are suspending adding new members to our community.
We would like to open our doors to new members again this autumn, check back with us then.
In the meantime please enjoy making exchanges, and let us know if there is a way we can support this.

Click here for: Information on how to join Missoula Time Bank.
Learn more about MTB here: Missoula Time Bank in a Nutshell



Sheila Lindquist weeds a garden in the lower Rattlesnake last week while baby sitting her 3-month-old grandson Kendrick Bela. Lindquist works with the Missoula Time Bank, exchanging her labor for someone else’s labor.

Photo: Michael Gallacher / Missoulian

Missoulian Article



Check out our most recent member spotlight! If you want to be featured or have a positive exchange experience to share,...

From Missoula Time Bank Members:

View news articles about us in the Montana Kaimen and the Missoula Independent . See our current service offers here.

Watch ABC News story: Saving Money, Helping Others With Timebanking - broadcast January 15, 2014.

Check out this video about the 700 member Onion River Exchange in Vermont.

In April, 2017, there are 129 Members of the Time Bank contributing to a prosperous Missoula community.

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Contact: info@missoulatimebank.org or (406) 210-9805.

The Missoula Time Bank is affiliated with Transition Missoula and Jeannette Rankin Peace Center.