A New Free Sharing Economy – Connecting the Dots!

Another great exchange took place today via the sharing economy (Thursday 1st February) between local artist Charron Pugley-Hill and Johnathan Martin, CEO at YMCA Trinity Group.

 

Charron was generously willing to share her artistic talents to a good cause, enabling her art to reach the community. YMCA, accepted this offer, to be displayed at Time Stop, which is an emergency housing for 16-25-year-old in need of shelter. The exchange was arranged through the new sharing economy – Helpasandwhen.co.uk, which connects people willing to share their skills, talents, knowledge or time with those looking to benefit.

 

The second exchange of the day was the photographs who were taken by Layne Howlett, a student from Peterborough Regional College who exchanged her photography skills, enabling her an opportunity to gain work experience.

 

The launch of the sharing economy in November took place at the Allia Future Business Centre, making the process of contribution and finding help easier, by connecting you with the right person. “We never learn how to do everything and we all have something that we can exchange” say Zoe the founder.

 

Users include bloggers, web developers, podcasters, coaches and many more willing to help those that need it.  So if you would like to be a part of the new sharing economy visit https://www.helpasandwhen.co.uk/