What we do

We co-design and deliver Time Credits programmes in partnership with local authorities, health, social care and housing providers, schools, businesses and voluntary sector organisations.

Time Credits work very simply: for every hour that an individual contributes to their community or service, they earn one Time Credit. This Time Credit can be spent accessing an hour of activity provided by one of our corporate and community partners, or gifted to others.

Watch this video, produced as part of University of Cambridge research, to see a typical volunteer’s journey with Time Credits.

Cambridgeshire Time Credits - a volunteer's story

35,000

people have earned Time Credits

55,000

Time Credits spent in last year by friends and family

450,000

Time Credits have been earned

Latest News

Read a selection of news and updates from across Spice and our Time Credits programmes

News

We’ve won a Health and Social Care Award!

The Spice Wales team had a great reason to celebrate recently, after being named overall winner of the Health & Social Care category in the prestigious...
News

Time Credits: Supporting the recovery journey

In late September, over 200 people took to the streets of North London for the Haringey Recovery Walk and Recovery Pride festival, two events to highlight and...
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Time Credits to go on display at the Museum of London!

Visitors to the Museum of London will soon be able to spot a Time Credit in the shiny cabinets as our London notes are set to go on museum display for the...

CLIVE, SOUTH WEST WALES

IT WAS LIBERATING TO BE THE MUSICIAN AGAIN

Clive’s passion is music, and he loves to play the guitar, having busked internationally for many years. However, as a full-time wheelchair user, Clive finds it difficult to find opportunities to perform as he says many community venues do not have stages that are suitable for those with disabilities. Clive volunteered to help out at one of our community events, and earned 8 Time Credits in the process!

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