You’ve probably thought of growing your own little garden in your backyard (or maybe you already have), but what happens when that garden becomes more than just a fun side project -- and ends up helping the community around you?
We’re always hearing about people doing random acts of kindness: Paying for the person’s meal behind them at a fast-food restaurant or baking cookies for their neighbors.
Teaching new skills to those who could benefit from them is one of the core ways a time bank operates.
When you walk by Jim Deveny at the St. Pete Timebank, you immediately hear the sound of a knife being sharpened.
The last part of our trip, meeting the wonderful people who work at the St. Pete Timebank, turned out to be the most awe-inspiring moment yet.