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Mutual Aid Network 2

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Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Connect you with other people with similar goals
Enable you to earn toward your living while doing what you care about
Pool resources and mobilize people
Connect people and communities with needed resources
How TimeBanking can help
Assets
“We have what we need if we use what we have”
-- Edgar Cahn
Redefining Work
Reciprocity
What would you do to improve your community if you could?
What if money were no object?
What’s stopping you?
Mutual Aid Networks:
Do-it-Ourselves Economic Justice and Community Resilience
Provides a mechanism for people to share material resources
Allows people to have access to resources together that may otherwise be unavailable to them individually
Examples would be tool libraries, makerspaces, shared equipment, and supplies
Assistance garnering, stewarding, and allocating the resources for initiatives in the community
Assistance designing, developing, and carrying out projects
Assistance with decision-making and governance structure
Mutual credit denominated in national currency
Taxable for businesses, goods, and professional services
Mission: To create means for everyone to discover and succeed in work they want to do, with the support of their community.

How do I want to spend my time?
• Assistance exploring, designing, and utilizing the variety of compensation options available to replace monetary needs
Main MAN: Network of resource and knowledge sharing and exchange among mutual aid networks and their supporters. Incorporated as a geographically-borderless cooperative and comprising organizations and individuals as members, with clear rights and responsibilities. Capitalizes on shared momentum, builds a shared resource base, and creates avenues for mutual support, learning, and technical assistance.
Becomes a member as an individual or as part of a local Mutual Aid Network
Pays a sliding scale membership fee
Provides a mechanism for people to invest in a shared resource pool
Enables people to have start up capital when starting new initiatives
Allows people to have say over what projects get funded in their community
Enables people to have a safety net if an unexpected occurrence arises
Enables for administration of the MAN to be self-sustaining
How do you want to spend your time?

Assistance designing a work life that includes a variety of types of work: art, learning, professional services, community contribution, etc.
25 hours using professional skills
10 hours of producing art
5 hours assisting the community.
How do I fund my life?
Gets $1000 worth of supplies for business extended through mutual credit network
Pays $1000 back to the network in goods and services
Inputs:
MAN membership fees
Savings in community fund
Slow investment
Donations
Outflows (agreement-specific)
No-interest loan for health care deductible
No-interest loan to start or grow a business
Member rebates based on patronage points for developing projects, assisting in projects, and local project outcomes
Project grants based on group-established criteria
Can utilize commercial kitchen to produce food items for sale
Can access tools, baby clothes, and other shared resources as needed
Technical, legal, and financial assistance to develop and implement projects and/or work with a community toward common goals
Invests $500 in community pool
Gets to be involved in the decision-making process to determine how funds are used
Time for the World
Mutual Aid Networks
Community
Respect
Trade time for art instruction, childcare, and other services
Earn time for providing services in the network
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Energy audit from TimeBank: behavioral changes
Energy conservation improvements funded by loan or grant from community fund
Energy reduction from joining solar coop
Core values
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Artists & Arts Organizations
Community
Justice
Social Services
Faith-based
Local Business
Public & Private Institutions
Local Food
Production
Community
Centers
TimeBank
Chris Petit
petit.chris@gmail.com

Stephanie Rearick
steph@stephanierearick.com

For more info visit
blog.timeftw.org &
www.mutualaidnetwork.org

How do I utilize all of these tools?
How do spend your time now?

40 hours/week in the office
You have a community improvement initiative for which you would like to formalize further and/or develop additional tools
Your initiative's decision-making body has approved participation
You see a way that participation could be mutually beneficial
You or someone/s you work closely with would like to take responsibility for stewardship, ideally with a three-year commitment
You are willing and able to secure additional resources to support your local project

How to become a potential Mutual Aid Network pilot site
1) Redesigning Work
2) Reciprocity – Helping works better as a two-way street
3) Respect – Every human being matters
4) Voluntary and Open Membership
5) Democratic Member Control
6) Member Economic Participation
7) Autonomy and Independence
8) Education, Training, and Information
9) Cooperation Among MANs
10) Tracking and Performance Measures
11) Tools and Processes
12) Building Community Sustainability
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