Directory of Timebanks
How can I contact a Timebank’s coordinators?
Visit the Directory of Timebanks and search Timebanks in a country, state or city. Look for Timebanks on the map. View a list of Timebanks in the USA or Canada or other counteries.
After you find the Timebank, click on the yellow envelope icon next to that Timebank to send a message to its coordinators.
How can I find a Timebank near me?
Visit the Directory of Timebanks and search for TimeBbanks in a country, state or city. Look for TimeBanks on the map. Below the search field, view a list of TimeBanks in the USA or Canada or other countries.
Can I test a demonstration version of Community Weaver?
You can access a demonstration version of Community Weaver.
How can a Timebank MEMBER find help for Community Weaver?
You can read the Community Weaver Member Manual on the Timebanks Action Hub.
You can email your Timebank’s coordinators. Use the link “Contact us” at the top right side of your Timebank’s home page.
How can a Timebank COORDINATOR submit a support request for Community Weaver?
You can read the Community Weaver Coordinators Manual on the Timebanks Action Hub.
Use our collaborative site, the Timebanks Action Hub. If you do not have an account there, create an Action Hub Account. If you already have an account in the Action Hub, login to that account.
Then go to Submit a Community Weaver Issue to submit a support request about Community Weaver.
What does the Community Weaver software cost?
We do not sell the software, (it is open source software) but offer to host your site on an Internet based Community Weaver server. Shared hosting and maintenance is less expensive for all. See the Community Weaver Hosting Fees.
TimeBanking and the IRS
Are time dollars taxable?
The IRS has ruled on two occasions that TimeBanks are not commercial barter exchanges and create no contractual rights. The IRS has ruled that there will be no taxable consequences to volunteers who earn credits as reimbursement for services rendered. This ruling focused on the charitable nature of the organization, the charitable class served by the program, the fact that the organization was not a commercial for-profit barter club and the fact that any qualifying person would receive such services without regard to cost.
For more information, please read the article What about taxes? by our founder, Dr. Edgar Cahn to learn more on how the IRS distinguishes time dollars from bartering.
Coordinators Sharing With Coordinators
Timebanks Action Hub
Where can I find more FAQ’s?
See the Frequently Asked Questions on our TimeBank Action Hub.
Starting a TimeBank
How can I start a new TimeBank?
Please visit Start a New TimeBank.
TimeBank Affiliate Fees / Payments
Do my TBUSA affiliate fees include access to Community Weaver software?
The TBUSA affiliate fees includes the use of Community Weaver on an Internet based server. See the Community Weaver Hosting Fees.