Tree of Plenty TimeBank
The Tree of Plenty TimeBank Time Dollars are Tax Exempt and does not affect any income restrictions you may have; such as social security payments, unemployment payments, Medicare, Medicaid, school and college students, etc. For more information please see Tree of Plenty TimeBank – Taxes.
The Tree of Plenty TimeBank focuses on anyone that is willing to exchange their time and talents for Tree of Plenty TimeBank Time Dollars, and receive the time of others in return for their Tree of Plenty TimeBank Time Dollars.
There are no income restrictions for being a member of the Tree of Plenty TimeBank. You may be a zillionaire, are unemployed and living on the street. This is because everyone has time and talents they can exchange for Tree of Plenty TimeBank Time Dollars. Each Tree of Plenty TimeBank Time Dollar is equal to one (1) hour, no matter what the service performed.
Tree of Plenty TimeBank Time Dollars can help with the low income, underemployed, unemployed, economically distressed, poor, distressed, underprivileged, at-risk youth, homeless, seniors, school and college students, residents of high-crime neighborhoods, etc.
Tree of Plenty TimeBank will be used to reduce recidivism rates with diversionary programs for first-time juvenile offenders; facilitate re-entry of for ex-convicts; deliver health care, job training and social services in public housing complexes; facilitate substance abuse recovery; prevent institutionalization of severely disabled children through parental support networks; provide transportation for homebound seniors in rural areas; deliver elder care, community health services and hospice care.
Tree of Plenty TimeBank is great for:
Students: Recent grads starting their careers with limited work experience can build a portfolio and expand your network.
Freelancers: IT and creative professionals (web developers, graphic designers, etc.) who are still early in their career or looking to start a new career. Tree of Plenty TimeBank allows you to build your résumé and reputation
Skilled entrepreneurs: Literally anyone who uses their talent or trade to make a living
Hobbyists: Anyone looking to use a passion or talent that they don’t utilize in their daily jobs
Start-up founders: Crowd-source help for your project, even if you don’t have any hard currency to spend
Skilled retirees: Use Tree of Plenty TimeBank to give and receive services or keep your own skills sharp while on a limited budget.
If you already volunteer, why not become a member of the Tree of Plenty TimeBank and receive Tax Exempt Time Dollars for your time and talents?
If you are not currently a volunteer, why not become a member of the Tree of Plenty TimeBank and receive Tax Exempt Time Dollars for your time and talents?