Wellesley College Bartering Group:

Barter:

noun

[mass noun]

  • the action or system of bartering:

verb

[with object]

  • exchange (goods or services) for other goods or services without using money:

Bartering in the community:

How to Barter:

Remember: “Everyone has something to offer”
Step 1: Figure Out What You Want to Get―and What You Can Give.
Step 2: Identify a Trading Partner.
Step 3: Pop the Question.
Step 4: Hammer Out the Details.

From: Real Simple

Where to Barter:

At Wellesley College:

Wellesley College Bartering Community
the Quint Exchange
Libraries “Give a Book, Leave a Book”

In Boston:

Time Trade Circle

In USA & International:

U-Exchange
Trade Away
Swapferit
Swap.com
Especially for clothing: Swap Style

Especially for Alums

BizXchange

& their kids

Zwaggle
Care.com

Wellesley College Bartering Group:

From Facebook

Welcome to the Wellesley College Bartering Group!

Here, you can trade/share/give away items/services for other items/services

Goal:

To create a solidarity economy and a sustainable environment that makes it easier to recycle our items and provide services to each other. By limiting the things you buy, you are helping reduce the waste produced. *Note: this is an experimental project put on by the Econ 243 (Political Economy of Race, Class, Gender). Suggestions are readily accepted and feedback is highly recommended.

How it works:

1. Describe (or post a picture) of the item you hope to trade/share/give away or the services you can provide

2. Specify what you would want to trade it for (ex. a ride to Natick Mall for pie & cookies)

3. Wait. Others will look through posts and contact you offering good/services in exchange.

—————————- RULES ——————————

1. No $money$ involved (if looking to sell, please refer to the Free & For Sale Group)
2. Keep the posts appropriate
3. Be respectful
4. And lastly, NO SPAM

——————————————————————–

Enjoy!

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