The TBUK team have been regularly presenting our What is Timebanking? online session… and there are more in the pipeline.
Our introductory Zoom presentation is open to anyone who’d like to find out more about timebanking: our community-building, resource-sharing, confidence-boosting, co-produced mechanism for sharing time and skills.
Here’s some of the feedback we’ve received about the sessions:
“…it was really informative…”
“Thank you for going deeper on my questions… [the session] really helped to better understand the spirit and how your time banks work…”
“…thank you all for a superb presentation yesterday. It was so clear and packed with information: a huge help as we embark on building our time bank…”
We’ll go through topics such as how it works; why it’s not the same as volunteering; how it can benefit your organisation; and how to start a time bank.
Our next session takes place on Thursday 3 September at 11am. Please click to register, after which you’ll receive a confirmation email.
See you there!
We are pleased to invite you to our Time to Connect Gatherings in January 2020 following the 3 year project with NDTi, supported by the Big Lottery. It would be great if you could make it!
Over the last 2 and a half years, Time to Connect has explored how to enable people with learning disabilities and older people living in care settings, to be part of their communities. Working with providers, this ground-breaking project has supported people to connect, make friendships and contribute to the communities and neighbourhoods around them, improving their quality of life.
Timebanking UK, in partnership with NDTi a number of time banks and support provider organisations have developed staff skills, created changes and ultimately, helped more people be active and connected. The timebanking concept has provided a structure of time exchange encouraging involvement and enabling people to give as well as receive support.
It’s time to change. . .
. . . It’s Time to Connect