ocial money is, above all, the will to find again a bond with solidarity and thus recreate the community spirit
Social money is not only an invite to reconsider wealth and our attitude towards money, but also and especially one’s relation to THE OTHER, one’s place, role, and commitment inside the community.
More than a mere complementary market, social money confers a new place TO MEET and discuss in order to reinvent community, a way of living, imagining and building a new “living together”.
Social money is above all a TOOL in the center of a community desiring to trade differently, to design new projects, and imagine new horizons for each and every one inside the community.
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