In Honor Of
a better future
A better society.
A Caring Economy
A Stronger Community
A stronger local COMMUNITY
a vibrant local economy
All the good ideas that just need a bit of cash to get started.
Another world is possible
Beauty and Love
Boog Highberger, who started an alternative currency in Lawrence, Kansas.
Burton E. Sorensen
Calvin Thomas Glick Krezmien
Chogyal Namkhai Norbu
Common Good's vision
community love and support
creating a value in our community for creativity.
Dan Rosenberg and Addie Rose Holland
Dan Rosenberg, Nancy Hazard
Economist Richard D. Wolff who believes in a radical transformation of the ailing capitalist economy.
Emi Link for creating the Link Family Mission Statement and Weekly Meetings.
Everyone who takes part, especially the tireless board and William, whose patience and vision have made this system a reality.
Franklin County Continuing the Political Revolution
Future is Now Festival
giving what you can!
Honesty and generosity
Honoring my grandchildren who I hope to leave a fair and beautiful society where everyone counts, everyone eats healthy food and has clean water to drink, everyone has a safe place to call home and everyone is able to contribute their gifts.
hope for the earth
hope that humanity will one day be free of corruption
Ignition Music's spot in the downtown Goshen ecosystem.
Imrana Soofi, a tireless fighter for social justice for marginalized communities.
In honor of all those who have attempted to get a community currency going in Goshen, IN whose aspirations are now being realized.
In honor those who work for a better world and society for all.
in support of mission
in the spirit of democratic economics
Jason Healy and Len Fisher, two Co-op Power members who contributed so generously to our work
Jay Lord, Founding Director
Jeremy Barker Plotkin, Dave Tepfer, and Simple Gifts Farm
Jessica Van Steensburg
John G. Root
John Root jr
John Root Jr.
John Root, and this endeavor of structuring and just and common good ecomomy.
Juanita and Wally Nelson
Life on Earth
Local sustainable economies
lyme disease sufferers and simple living
Mary and Dana Snyder
mimi and fuzzy love celebrate
My children, Abby & Ben. May they grow in love and compassion as they come of age and inherit the joy and challenges of this life in this place.
My children: Avi and Mattea Kramer
my grandbabies due in June––$10 per twin!
my parents Loren C. Spademan, Jr. and Susan Hubbard Spademan, in memory of my mentors John Thomas MacLean, Julie A. Graham, and Elise M. Boulding, for my daughter Emi Link and all the children of the world, and in compassion for everyone who suffers from poverty and hunger.
My super smart husband Ben
My wife, Maja Husei
Nettie Marie Bontrager
Our common home, Planet Earth
Pat and Lou Hammann
Patrick, Ian and Daniel Cotter
people across the planet and next door who work hard to supply the goods that so many of us use.
Peoples Food Coop Ann Arbor
Phil Metzler for always considering how he can make our world better.
providing for each other
regenerative, sustainable farming
Rodney King, Marshall Rosenberg, Martin Luther King, Mahatma Ghandi
Shang Shung Institute
Simple Gifts Farm
Stanley Ronald Clarren
starting very small in terms of donations til i better understand the system...glad to be asked for more later
Stone Soup Cafe
sustainable, regenerative farming
the birth of a new economy
The Deerfield River
The efforts of Common Good to establish a more just and democratic currency
The Greater GOOD!
The Intentional Living Collective
The Laws of Nature and of Nature's GOD.
The next generation so that they have clean water and clean air, and access to inexpensive, clean energy.
The power of like minded individuals acting for the good of the whole.
the Rochdale Pioneers, the founders of ICC Ann Arbor, and to everyone participating in cooperative, democratic ventures everywhere. We're really on to something here.
The Symbiocene (aka Generation S)
this being an area of peace for thousands of years, before 1676.
This is for FCCPR.
Those who have loved me.
William 'Poem' Spademan and his dream of a community for everyone.
William Spademan's hard work in creating a just and sustainable local economy!
Work is love made visible. - Kahlil Gibran
In Memory Of
Ann H. Browning
Anne L. Fisher
Calista Mary Reynolds
Calista Mary Schaefer
David P. Bell
David S. Hastings
Doris and William Rivers
Edward Kilgour, Sr. He was my dad and a man who always helped people in his community without thought of repayment.
Ernest Anthony Topolski
Ix Chel Jaguar
James P. Kennedy, Jr.
John DeVoe & Judy DeVoe
Lucretia Mott, Pete Seeger, and Howard Zinn
Lynn E Alden
my grandmother, who believed in the kindness, generosity, and the good found in each human soul.
My parents, Kathleen A. Davis & Frank M. Goode
Nettie Marie Bontrager, my Mother who was one of the most generous people I know.
Norman & Bryna Graff
Our best Pup, Jake❤️
Paul Robinson Rothery Jr.
Stephen Pell, my father.
Steven Kanner and Ben Andrews
Susan & Dorothy