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SHARE LIFE &
MEET NEEDS TOGETHER.

What We Do
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Generosity Dinners

Connect people around food who want to experience collaborative giving. Guests contribute to the group pot, share ideas and opportunities about people, projects, or passions that they care about, and provide gifts with no strings attached.

GIVE

Contribute a financial gift that you’re comfortable sharing (suggested $25-250)

GATHER

Join good people around good food, and be sure to invite new friends too!

BRING A STORY

Share a story about someone that you care about that might benefit from the common funds that were pooled together

What We Do

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Why We Share

We are a group passionate sharers. In fact, let us share some of our favorite stories with you.

What We Look Like

  • Zeke
  • Analisa
  • Garrett
  • Bethann
  • Antonio
  • Ian
  • Jenna
  • Valerie
  • Chris B
  • Judy
  • Travis
  • Esther Marie
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The Need

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RELATIONSHIPS > TRANSACTIONS

Maintain the primacy of relational connection in all giving and seek to dismantle the power dynamics entrenched in cross-socioeconomic resource sharing.

ABUNDANCE > SCARCITY

Demonstrate an economy of enough in an economic context that has modeled scarcity, disparity and unjust distribution of wealth. Start with what we have between us.

COLLABORATION > ISOLATION

Honor and value all contributions and the wisdom of the group – whether money, expertise, experience, time, connections, opportunities, or suggestions.

PEOPLE > PROJECTS

Give in ways that always maintain the dignity of those receiving, honoring their privacy and personhood.

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The Action

We gather. We pool money. We share stories. We meet needs.
You can do it too!

thinking about hosting?

Having friends over is always a good time for everyone, so why not introduce another type of doing-good into your group of friends? No one will regret it.

Gather your group, register online, and send out the link to donate – it’s as simple as that.

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  • August 22, 1996, Bill Clinton signed welfare reform into law, “end welfare as we know it.” 20 years later how is the United States doing?

    Common Change about 5 days ago
  • Never stop asking the questions, engaging in the conversations, and imagining what might be as this is our fuel.

    Common Change about 6 days ago
  • What we do as a group may not always be what you would have done individually. Collaborative giving is often a beautiful mess.

    Common Change about 82 days ago