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Brown County Time Bank Study Collaborative

The Community Needs and Assets Survey was developed and administered to gain input from Brown County residents on a variety of topics, including Time Banking, community perceptions and needs, safety and access to services.

The basic premise of Time Banking is that it is an organized way to “pay-it-forward.” For every hour you invest doing work for someone via the Time Bank, you receive an hour that you can spend on any service offered via the Time Bank (not just with the person to whom you provided the service).

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The survey was commissioned by the Brown County Time Bank Study Collaborative, coordinated by the Brown County United Way, and funded by the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation-Basic Needs Giving Partnership.

Partners in the Time Bank Study Collaborative include the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County, the Brown County United Way, Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin, the Green Bay Neighborhood Leadership Council, NeighborWorks Green Bay, and the Volunteer Center of Brown County.

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