Join us for the evening for this practical training organized by Co-operate WNC (a regional mutual aid network), Transition Asheville, and Lenoir Rhyne University.
A community savings pool is a resource-sharing technique whereby a trusted group of 15-25 people pool their individual savings and then collectively loan money to each other for personal needs and
goals, community projects, business startups and expansions and so on.
Co-operate WNC has identified savings pools as one of the most powerful strategies to pursue its mission: empowering a regional society of local organizers to grow a mutual aid network of physical community centers that meet human needs and act as organizing hubs for climate resilience.
Monday, October 21, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 9 PM Lenoir-Rhyne University, Center for Graduate Studies, at 36 Montford Ave. Asheville