Vote for Slow Money. Invest in local food systems to save the economy and the planet.
Did you vote yet for Slow Money on Change.org "Ideas For Change in America" competition? The top 10 voted ideas will be presented at an event in Washington, DC to relevant members of the Obama Administration, and then promoted to change.org's full community of more than 1 million people. The competition ends at 5pm EST on Friday, March 12th. Here is the link to vote: http://bit.ly/slowmoneyidea
The strength of people’s response to Slow Money in this competition has been a wonderful surprise. People are really behind this idea! Their votes are propelling Slow Money up fast so there's a real shot at making it into the top ten.
"Slow Money is one of the best ideas for funding land and food based projects I've ever heard of." Lizbeth Brown
"Slow Money is an inspired and important concept. A crucial attitude shift." George Gibson
"Yes jam packed, simple, yet geometric in its potential impact. Slow money, slow food, nutrition, health and wealth based on positive environmental impact, the focus on producing in place of consuming, justice, fairness and consciousness... This is a future I could, and would like to live with." Jorge Navarro
About Slow Money
Slow Money is a new nonprofit organizing an international movement to bring money back down to earth.
Founded by Woody Tasch, a pioneer in merging investing and philanthropy, Slow Money's mission is to build local and national networks, and develop new financial products and services, dedicated to:
investing in small food enterprises and local food systems;
connecting investors to their local economies; and,
building the nurture capital industry.
"Together, we are building a strong, new voice for the wisdom of bringing our money home to build sustainable communities." Judy Wicks