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Timebank Potluck

October 21 @ 12:30 PM 2:30 PM

Potluck is open to the general public. Bring one appetizer or dish to share. Learn more about us

BACE Staff

Timebanking for Organizations

August 24, 2022 @ 12:00 PM 12:30 PM

There are two ways that nonprofit organizations can integrate timebanking into their organization.  This webinar will demonstrate why organizations may want to integrate timebanking into client programs, and secondly, how they can use timebanking to attract and retain a more diverse group of volunteers to their organization. This webinar is led by Monica Johnston and inspired by the work of Alexis Contreras.  Monica is a former co-director and current advisor to the BACE timebank. As a Time Philanthropist, she gives 30-40 hours per month to people and organizations around the world and has been timebanking since 2014. Alexis is the Edgar Cahn Memorial Intern and has experience working with nonprofit organizations.


August 24, 2022
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM
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Monica, BACE Advisor

Welcome Alexis!

Alexis Contreras is the first recipient of the Edgar Cahn Memorial Internship. Alexis is assisting the Timebank in doing outreach primarily to organizations in the North Bay. Alexis is busy developing webinars for BACE and meeting timebank coordinators in the North Bay and around the country. Please welcome her!

Giving Tuesday 2021

Join the global generosity movement on Giving Tuesday and donate to the BACE Timebank on Nov 30, 2021. While we use time as a currency, some of our operating costs can only be paid with dollars. Therefore, every dollar you donate makes a big impact. Specifically, your donation helps pay for technical and marketing services which keeps our timebank operating and open to the general public. We’re helping people recreate their communities and maintain or improve their quality of life.  Please donate today!

A Call for Resources

At a time when many people are expressing lack–lack of work, sundries, hand sanitizer, or a good haircut–I’m surprised to hear people say “….timebanking is a nice idea, but that’s not how the real world works.”  Why not? Maybe social distancing rules prevent you from your job at a salon, but you can build your clientele by offering pointers on how to trim those mops in exchange for hours of credit.  When you go back to work who will they come to for a proper cut? Earn hours:  Do you know of someone offering free resources in the Bay Area?  Email us the contact information so we can list it on our Resources page, and you’ll receive 0.5 hour time credit for each resource you identify.