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Thanks for helping make a difference in your community.

How did you help out in your community?

  • Volunteered at a local event
  • Helped friends and family get involved
  • Shared your story
  • Wrote a letter to a local paper
  • Shared a story on Twitter or Facebook
  • Helping the Transition Team to work on the website
  • Something else?


Be sure to include how many hours of your time you contributed as well!

Take a few minutes to tell us which activities you took part in, and let us know how it went.

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  • Understand, hyperlink and correct minor orthographic errors in the TT web site. 2 hours spent.
  • Understand, hyperlink and correct minor orthographic errors in the TT web site. 1 hour spent.
  • If you want a better world you have to contribute to it in one way or another. So join us.
  • I am working on building a second business in addition to my primary property based business. The second business will be materials based. Any materials such as old wood and other building products can be had just for the trouble of carrying them away. I have three commercial vehicles. A VW LT35 Luton van. A VW LT35 tipper and a Nissan Vanette. I have the tipper engine head off at the moment so it is not running. The Luton van is full of free wood waiting to go into my unfinished store. I have a lot to do and too little help.
  • Understand, hyperlink and correct minor orthographic errors in the TT web site. 3 hours spent.
  • Finished read, understand, hyperlink and correct minor issues in the FAQs on TT web page and I’ve to hyperlink and correct minor issues on TT web site. 4 hours
  • Read, understand, hyperlink and correct minor issues in the FAQs on TT web page. I’m roughly at 64% of the task. 3 hours.
  • Reading, understanding, hyperlinking and correct minor issues in the FAQs on TT web page, I’m roughly at 33% of the task. 2 hours.
  • Met with Nicole working on my education and I’ve received guidance to my task. 1 hour
  • In my first task, that is read (and understood) all the FAQs on TT web page, I’ve made roughly 16%. 2 hours.
  • Spent 1 1/2 hours adding tags to Transition pages
  • Spent 15 minutes adding tags to Transition pages.
  • Spent one hour adding tags to Transition web pages
  • I am involved in a local Transition Group. We are, I guess, in the mulling stage, moving into spreading information. We have a very small group of people, that is growing slowly. We went through the transition streets program, and are trying to come up with ways to spread the word. We recently acquired a new member who is a permaculture student, and he gave us an introductory presentation on permaculture. I recently found this site after we had been meeting for several months on our own. I will be suggesting that all our members join this site when we have our next meeting.
  • Spent about 1/2 hour adding tags to Transition pages
  • December 3, 2016: Spent one hour adding tags, editing Transition webpages
  • I supportd Nicole Bienfang’s request with Nationbuilder to have people automatically put on Path 0 when they sign up for The Transition
  • I’m not sure where I should send this email to.. but.. I have had this deep feeling in me the last couple years that has been recently surfacing and I can no longer hold it in. I’ve had this desire in helping, in anyway that I can, to help the transition and make a difference. This site here seems to be it. It just needs to pick up in its activity. If there is anything I can do to help, please let me know. I can do graphic design (biz cards, fliers, online banners/memes/posts. no website design experience), pro photography & can lead meditations and lectures. I also have experience in entrepreneurism.

    Furthermore, my beliefs lean most toward A Resource-Based Economy above all that I have heard, but, I am most certainly open to learning more.

    Thanks again for your time. Much peace and love to you all.

  • Food Not Bombs is a community food group where we cook and serve meals and hot drinks on the streets twice a week. We’ve been going for over two years and never missed a day! Occasionally we also cook for other related local events.

    We cook the food at someone’s house, then take it to town on a bike trailer. Often we get donations of food from local businesses or members of the community. It’s a fairly low-cost venture – for £10 you can make a large pot of food and feed 20-30 people (including ourselves)! Our menu varies from soups and curries to pasta bolognaise and chili non carne (using soya mince, as we always make the main dish vegan). In addition, there’s tea, coffee and cakes (if anyone’s around to bake).