BarterWorks

BarterWorks is a local trading organization of individuals, businesses and community groups, Members trade goods and services through the exchange of barter currency or a combination of barter currency and Canadian dollars within the Local Exchange network.

The Working Centre supports BarterWorks as a community economic development initiative that provides an infrastructure for organizing, planning and creating exciting barter possibilities. The network has a diverse range of businesses and individuals offering goods and services including construction, accounting services, legal services, child-care, graphic design, clothing, food, health-care, entertainment, computer services and much more.

It is a network whose membership combines individuals, organizations, home-based and small businesses. BarterWorks provides the opportunity to trade skills and talents, whether it is a skill used professionally as a hobby, or is a skill not used in a current job.

            

BarterWorks:

  • Brings people together around the common goals of skills exchange and cooperation
  • Recognizes the gift of skill and good work
  • Encourages people to define and describe their skills and abilities
  • Assists individuals to work towards developing small business and income-generating ideas
  • Provides a base of over 100 members for businesses seeking to promote their product or service
  • Starts from the premise of "ability" and is based on the ideas that we all have skills and strengths to share with others
  • Creates a local currency that recognizes the important role that the informal economy plays in a strong and healthy local economy

Contact Information

For more information about BarterWorks, contact us at barterworks@theworkingcentre.org or by phone at 519-743-1151 ext. 151.

Location:

58 Queen Street South

Hours:

Please email for an appointment.

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