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​Youth (13-17)​Adult
Virtual (low risk) -- performed remotely
  • ​Pen pal, write letters
  • knit a scarf
  • wrap packages
  • update web pages
  • Prepare food
  • ​Edit a school paper
  • Review a resume
  • Translate a document
  • Record an article for visually impaired
​Supervised or Group (moderate trust and accountability) -- performed in public
  • ​Work at a special event
  • Beach or park clean up
  • Work at a soup kitchen
  • Plant community garden
  • Serve a usher-greeter for community theatre
  • ​Chaperone bus trip
  • Coach a sports team
  • Teach a class
  • Paint an office
  • Coordinate a fund raising project
  • Server on a Board

 

Unsupervised (higher trust and responsibility) -- performed in private setting

  • ​Yard work
  • Baby sitting
  • Walk a dog
  • Deliver groceries
  • Wash a car
  • Overnight pet care
  • Tutoring
  • Child care
  • Give ride to train station
  • Serve as interpreter

 

​Timebank exchanges involve people, groups, and organizations.

Service exchanges can occur remotely, under supervision, in public, or one-to-one.

The degree of trust-risk involved can be negligible to significant.

When both parties trust each other they can partake in one-to-one exchanges that involve risk.