TimeBank Mahoning Watershed

TimeBank Mocha Monday, June 20, 2016, 6pm


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Monthly 3rd Monday @
Mocha House Cafe
Time Bank Social

Guiding Principles

We all have something to offer: In our
“sharing economy” we value everyone’s time equally.

We redefine work: We value work that the
market doesn’t. Everyone benefits when we raise healthy children, build
strong families, revitalize neighborhoods, live sustainable, and foster
social justice.

Reciprocity: Helping is a two way street.
We ask, “How can we help each other build the world we all want to live

Social Networks: We need each other.
Alone, we are limited in what we can achieve. When we help each other,
we reweave communities of support, strength and trust.

Respect: We respect where people are now,
in this moment. Everyone matters, has something to offer as well as
unmet needs.


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Hi Valued Community Member,

Time Banking is a way for people to help others in their community and be rewarded for it – in time. People use the Time Bank to re-build a sense of community and belonging. Neighbors (co-worker, etc.) get to know one another, find inspiration, have fun, and strengthen their communities.

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Check out the network social, this Monday at

The Mocha House Restaurant

a Time Bank Social and Dinner (your cost)
467 High St NE, Warren, OH (map)

Monday, June 20, 2016, 6pm – 8:30 P.M.

“When I came here, I was looking for a community.
Then I realized I was helping to create one.” -Ryan

Please bring a friend along, and your laptop or tablet .

Essential Challenge

We are Local People sharing time and skills to build happier healthier communities. Hope to
see you at there?
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The American Anti-Corruption Act is model legislation that sets a standard for city, state and federal laws that prevent money from corrupting American government. It fundamentally reshapes the rules of American politics and restores the people as the most important stakeholders in our political system. An Anti-Corruption Act (see why) has three primary outcomes:

  • Stop political bribery so special interests can’t use job offers and donations to influence politicians.
  • End secret money so people know who’s buying political power.
  • Give voters a stronger voice by changing how elections are funded.

Represent.Us is building a movement (see the plan) to pass Anti-Corruption Acts in cities, states, and federally. Each Act is uniquely tailored to meet the needs of locales across the country.

If your interested in forming a local chapter click Represent.Us
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