Posted by on July 28, 2014

gifts that payResidents at a Portland, Oregon multi-generational living community are proving it pays – in many ways – to offer gifts. Low-income seniors living in the community can receive discounts on their rent when they volunteer at the community for at least 10 hours.

The arrangement is similar to the Copiosis net benefit algorithm wherein people do things that benefit others and the planet, and in return they can access valuable products and services not necessarily available through other means. To find out how this works, check out Copiosis in six minutes.

Here’s a five minute video explaining the Bridge Meadows program.

 

 

 

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