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Research and setup a crowdfunding campaign.
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REQUEST: Builder — We are a rural NGO building a skills development centre in Luphuko, Wild Coast (Eastern Cape) and we need services of a builder.
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Cryptocurrencies Introduction for Newbies — Hand-holding in setting up yourself in the cryptocurrency space when new,
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Remote Computer Support — 45 minutes of Zoom computer technical support.
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REQUEST: Building material — We are building a skills development centre in Luphuko, Wild Coast (Pondoland),. We have ran out of building material - bricks, cement, roofing etc.
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Facebook profile security increase — Help you over Zoom to increase your Facebook profile security to decrease its hackability and increase its recovery.
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REQUEST: Opinions on my video/project — Just looking for people to give me their input on my video about creating a eco cooperative based village/town/village. https://tinyurl.com/y8blvaqc
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REQUEST: Website Developer/design — Hi Colin, what exactly do you mean by "help with web design"? Can you give me a hand in developing a website for Heaven Town Vision? I'm applying through the freeworlder site as well. Let me know how we can get started. Blaze.
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Free rent for occasional carpentry — Hi. We are a happy household. One of our housemates is leaving and we're looking for another - someone who can help us renovate this house by doing carpentry. Free rent, free internet, free electricity/heat, in return for some help with renovating. Pitch in help with food when you can. We are a sharing household away from the maddening crowd, with brooks that have running water all year, no cell coverage, small town. Located in Northern Vermont USA. If you have a license we also could use a driver. We have a car. Please contact me for details. Cheers!
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Community living — Community livingHi; my name is Karin Lacy. I'm a Lightworker of the First Wave, presently living in Oregon. For a long time I've been looking for my soul family to live together in a community setting. When I read Michael Tellinger's book "Ubuntu-Contributionism - a blueprint for human prosperity", I thought the time had come for Ubuntu communities to emerge everywhere. But no, we are still stuck in our 3D duality. Then Michael Tellinger introduced his model of transforming small towns, called "One small town can change the world". Alas, people are still not ready to live in the New Earth as awakened humans.� I see that there are people interested in Ubuntu in Portland/Maine, however, I prefer to live on the West coast or Western U.S. I wrote four article related to Ubuntu-Contributionism -see here on my website:https://karinllightworker.com/2017/11/27/call-to-the-mayors-of-all-small-towns/ Anybody interested in starting or joining an Ubuntu community, please contact me. Sending Love, Karin Lacy
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Connecting with fruitarians — Connecting with Fruitarians/rawVegans Hi, my name is Karin Lacy; I'm a Lightworker of the First Wave, presently living in the small town of Oakridge, Oregon. Over two years ago I came across Dr. Robert Morse, Naturopath in Florida. He has been a fruitarian since age 20. According to Dr, Morse, eating fruit is the way to perfect health. Inspired by his many youtube videos (there are about 550 by now), I started living on fruit right away - and I loved it. I had been playing with the idea of only fruit-eating for several years, but fruit is more expensive, and openly living as a fruitarian makes one even more of an outsider and weirdo. In the winter fruit is usually not ripe, mostly GMO, and overpriced.  So far, I made it through two winters here in Oregon. This last winter I added some corn chips as a snack to my diet, at times when I came home hungry and needed something to eat right away. Also, I quite often steamed veggies, which I got for free. However, I'm looking forward to the Californian cherry season; they are getting ready soon and I will savour them for about two to three months. My ultimate dream would be to live in a community of fruit eaters, in a tropical country where ripe, affordable fruits/berries/melons are always available.  Anyway. I'm just sending out a call to see whether there are any fruitarians to connect with in my area of Eugene, Oregon.
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