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Demonstration Site for CW

Login Access HERE to experience Community Weaver

Community Weaver online TimeBank Software

This is a demonstration site.  All the accounts, service ads, offers, requests and exchanges on this site are fictional.

This is a demonstration site and is not a functioning TimeBank site.

Please note:

  • To protect your privacy, do not enter any real email, address or other contact information.
  • Because all entries are fictional, this site will not send any email notifications.

To login:

  • Go to the Login
  • Login email:     member@nowhere.none
  • Password:        demo12345

This site will be refreshed every hour, on the hour.

Any changes made will be overwritten after one hour.


You can also login as

  • billwhite@nowhere.none
  • davidturquoise@nowhere.none
  • deborahyellow@nowhere.none

with the password: demo12345

Because all entries are fictional, this site will not send any email notifications. New account applications will also not be approved (activated). Please use the existing demo accounts.


If you want to have access to the demo site as administrator, please click on: contact CW3 technical support to send a request. Choose "Community Weaver 3 Technical Issues"



Information about your TimeBank

This is an example for the main page of your timebank.


The TimeBank coordinators will use this page to provide you with information about this timebank.

The TimeBank has three main goals:

  • Strengthen the fabric of our community.
  • Serve people and give them a means to serve.
  • Establish new relationships and meet real needs of our community members.

We recognize that each person has talents to share, and that the overall community is strengthened when neighbors help one another. For every hour that you help meet the needs of another member, you earn a time credit for the exchange. This time credit can then be redeemed for services from others, and the never-ending cycle of sharing continues.

For more information about timebanking, visit