By joining FavourBank you can offer favours, and in return you get to ask for favours when you need them. If everyone offers to help when they can, there should always be enough in the bank for when it’s needed.
Meeting.0 is the first place for John Hill and Diaspore to start thinking about how FavourBank will work in practice. Through a series of activities and informal conversations, we will talk about building structures that distribute work and responsibility across a group, and how people can help each other in small and perhaps bigger ways. If there's something you’d be happy to ask from someone you know, then you should be OK asking FavourBank too. You might need to borrow a drill or a special kind of computer cable for a day. You might need someone to make a phone call in another language.
Favours should take a maximum of one day of someone’s time (most will probably be much quicker) and shouldn’t cost them any money, so any expenses will need to be covered by the person asking.