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Member Since: April 3, 2015

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4125 Foster Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15201 USA

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412 320-3555

Birthdate, or Organization founding date
10/01/2014

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Business

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How does TimeTender work?

TimeTender works in a similar way to the money you use everyday. However, this money will be based on time, rather than value. Volunteers earn TimeCredits for volunteering on community projects/missions. One hour of volunteering equals one TimeCredit. Volunteers can then spend this TimeCredit for classes, shows, sporting events, and recreation at participating local institutions. TimeTender will be an online application allowing individuals to log in, track and record their hours. Additionally, volunteers can make a profile, find volunteer opportunities, see where others are volunteering, and even track skills they develop. Organizations will be able to post ideas for projects and recruit volunteers on this platform.

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coo - verb

  1. To make a soft murmuring sound, as a pigeon.
  2. Speak softly or lovingly;
    The mother who held her baby was cooing softly
  3. To speak in an admiring fashion, to be enthusiastic about.
  4. To show affection; to act in a loving way.

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  1. The murmuring sound made by a dove or pigeon.

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TimeTender

Daniel Little
Description
TimeTender is an online application designed to help nonprofits and organizations with their missions by enabling the creation of a time-based currency to attract and reward volunteers and local businesses for the services that they provide. TimeTender enables the number of hours a volunteer or business provides a nonprofit service to be used as a currency that can be traded with other volunteers and local businesses or redeemed for education, recreation, and entertainment at larger community institutions such as universities, recreation centers, museums, theaters, sporting venues, etc.
Larger institutions support this system by utilizing underutilized resources. For instance, if a theater production at the Byham seats 50, but typically only 40 people show to a performance, theaters can offer 10 seats in exchange for hours. The theater does not lose any money, because the seats would not have been purchased otherwise. The theater benefits from the excess capacity due to increased exposure from patrons not otherwise in attendance.
1. TimeTender creates independence and resilience by:
Enabling nonprofits to reduce reliance on foundation funding:
Supporting unpaid staff/core volunteers through a currency which can be redeemed through rewards at local community institutions
Providing non-monetary ways to value services utilized from local businesses/organizations
Empowering volunteers to be stewards of the local “social service” economy:
Because volunteers can trade hours among each other or with social businesses for services such as cleaning, teaching, gardening, repair, childcare, social work, etc.
2. TimeTender improves access by:
Improving the ease and incentives by which nonprofits, volunteers, and social businesses can network by increasing the visibility of volunteer skills, business services and nonprofit projects/initiatives through an app;
Cataloguing volunteer hours and skills for professional development through the projects in which volunteers participate;
Allowing volunteers to trade their hours for services.
3. TimeTender improves coordination by:
More effectively networking skilled volunteers and business services with nonprofit needs. By becoming a forum for needs and resources, volunteers and social businesses can easily see which nonprofits need help. Likewise, nonprofits can solicit needs from volunteers or businesses in community.
How it works



Votes3 DateApr 3, 2015

Funded: 0 $0.00 / $30,000.00


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Daniel Little

Daniel Little
Daniel Little graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a Minor in Architecture. With a focus on community service, Dan served a year through AmeriCorps NCCC program in Denver, Colorado. After working a year in the private sector, Dan turned his attention to the nonprofit/social economy and met with nonprofit leaders to understand the unique socioeconomic challenges facing Pittsburgh.
Project -TimeTender
TimeTender is an online application designed to help nonprofits and organizations with their missions by enabling the creation of a time-based currency to attract and reward volunteers and local businesses for the services that they provide. TimeTender enables the number of hours a volunteer or business provides a nonprofit service to be used as a currency that can be traded with other volunteers and local businesses or redeemed for education, recreation, and entertainment at larger community institutions such as universities, recreation centers, museums, theaters, sporting venues, etc.
Larger institutions support this system by utilizing underutilized resources. For instance, if a theater production at the Byham seats 50, but typically only 40 people show to a performance, theaters can offer 10 seats in exchange for hours. The theater does not lose any money, because the seats would not have been purchased otherwise. The theater benefits from the excess capacity due to increased exposure from patrons not otherwise in attendance.
How It Works:
TimeTender works in a similar way to the money you use everyday. However, this money will be based on time, rather than value. Volunteers earn TimeCredits for volunteering on community projects/missions. One hour of volunteering equals one TimeCredit. Volunteers can then spend this TimeCredit for classes, shows, sporting events, and recreation at participating local institutions. TimeTender will be an online application allowing individuals to log in, track and record their hours. Additionally, volunteers can make a profile, find volunteer opportunities, see where others are volunteering, and even track skills they develop. Organizations will be able to post ideas for projects and recruit volunteers on this platform.

Votes2 DateMay 12, 2015


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Daniel Little May 12, 2015 @ 01:44:35 pm
TimeTender Apr 3, 2015 @ 10:46:18 am

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