Santa Fe Time Bank facilitates exchange of services in the community
Posted: Saturday, January 15, 2011 – 1/
“When Adrianne McCurrach and her husband had their twin boys just shy of a year ago, they didn’t have to worry about cooking meals for several days.
McCurrach, Santa Fe Time Bank coordinator, traded in some of her service hours for meals prepared by fellow time bank members. “It was amazing,” she said.
Time banks have been around for decades. But Santa Fe didn’t have an official one until January 2010 when McCurrach and two other women — Stella Osorojos and Deborah Fort — started one.” [ Read more … ]
…and from the photo gallery in the article:
Brooke March, left, has a business consultation Saturday with Genevieve Russell at Counter Culture in Santa Fe. The Santa Fe Time Bank, which has nearly 100 members including acupuncturists, handymen, dog walkers, gardeners and graphic designers, helps people in the community exchange services. – Natalie Guillén/The New Mexican