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!
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.
Photo: Michael Gallacher/Missoulian
From Missoula Time Bank Members:
- "Exchanging is just plain fun! Each time I participate, I get to know another member just a little better. I'm making new friends and feeling community-connected in the process of providing and receiving. It's a win-win!" MTB member: Susan S.
- "The Missoula Time Bank has been a fun way to try out new things, such as weaving. In two hours I got an excellent introduction to the craft and a chance to determine whether it is something I might want to explore further - without investing a lot of money or time upfront by taking a class or buying equipment." MTB member: Ariel B.
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 October, 2014 there are 88 Members contributing to a prosperous Missoula community.
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Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 543-0531. The Missoula Time Bank office is located in the Jeanette Rankin Peace Center building, 519 S. Higgins Avenue (Map) : Tuesday and Thursday 11:30am to 2:30pm.