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*Locator: [http://buynothingproject.org/find-a-group/ Find A Group]
 
*Locator: [http://buynothingproject.org/find-a-group/ Find A Group]
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**[https://buynothingproject.org/find-a-group/#PA Listings In Pennsylvania]
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**[https://buynothingproject.org/find-a-group/#NJ Listings in New Jersey]
 
*To Initiate: [http://buynothingproject.org/start-a-group/ Start a Group]
 
*To Initiate: [http://buynothingproject.org/start-a-group/ Start a Group]
  

Latest revision as of 11:28, 16 January 2020

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The Buy Nothing Project introduces itself with the line, "Give. Share. Build Community," and gives the following descriptive information:

We offer people a way to give and receive, share, lend, and express gratitude through a worldwide network of hyper-local gift economies in which the true wealth is the web of connections formed between people who are real-life neighbors.

Buy Nothing: Give Freely. Share creatively. Post anything you’d like to give away, lend, or share among neighbors. Ask for anything you’d like to receive for free or borrow. Keep it legal. Keep it civil. No buying or selling, no trades or bartering, no soliciting for cash. We’re an adult-only, hyper-local gift economy. We are not a charity or community bulletin board.

You can join one group only, the group where you live so you can literally “give where you live.” This is what builds community.

A post by Liesl Clark states:

When people ask me what a Buy Nothing group really looks like, I tell them it’s a Facebook group that’ll give you a hands-on chance to take part in a social movement spreading across the country, enabling people and communities to commit episodic acts of daily good together. It’s rather an improvement on Freecycle, using social media to bring to the fore myriad random acts of kindness for neighbors to partake in day-in and day-out.

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