Simbi Organizations

Simbi Organizations can be created by community members for almost any purpose: a local group, a personal brand, or for a non-profit to recruit & reward volunteers!

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Trinity Media Network Center

Trinity Media Network Center is a Missouri based 501c3 nonprofit organization. We are the official organization of the Stream 2Rebuild Initiative. We show artists how to distribute their art independently while raising funds ​to support communities in need due to natural disasters or extreme poverty (Both local and international). Current initiative focuses are Louisiana (hurricane), Haiti (earthquake), and Nigeria (flooding). Funds will be used to rebuild homes as well as acquire land to create intentional communities focused on educating artists on how to create a sustainable life through their passion all while rebuilding communities

Dash Path

Our mission is to give people a tried and true method for getting out of poverty and into prosperity. One of the ways we'll do this is by buying and forgiving toxic debt and offering high impact products and services that will save our clients both time and money. We will fight to eliminate the use of predatory lending practices like payday loans, high interest credit cards, rent-to-own and others.


Metamimicry is a newly-formed environmental nonprofit operating out of Olympia, Washington. We work to serve tribes, non-profits, small governments, and businesses in the Puget Sound region. Our aim is to, whenever possible, utilize pre-existing infrastructure to restore the environment’s ability to remediate soil, water, and air. We pursue funding for our partners primarily through grants, allowing us to research, design, and implement solutions at little to no cost to them. We will work to advance grassroots bioremediation methods through a research-centric approach. Together we support, enhance, and inspire remediation efforts through the incorporation of research and reporting into grassroots remediation projects, improving the long-term sustainability of this work. We are particularly concerned with stormwater pollutants affecting our native salmon populations, a keystone species both culturally and ecologically. Recent research in the region indicates a tire-chemical responsible for pre-spawn mortality syndrome in Coho salmon during storm events. As concerned citizens and scientists, we have been empowered to bring together our skills and knowledge in water quality, mycology, environmental chemistry, science communication, grant writing, and biomimetic design to find simple solutions to some of the Puget Sound’s most pressing environmental problems.

Simbi Community Development

Simbi isn’t just free to join, it’s a completely cashless marketplace. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Simbi wants to see you and your community thrive! Being part of the Symbiotic Economy allows you to exchange skills and services without having to spend a dime. So keep your money— it’s no good here.

A Salish Alliance

Our mission is to devise, adopt and implement social & ecological strategies that help Pacific Northwest communities adapt to climate change We believe Climate change will alter communities in the Pacific Northwest over the next 30 years in two fundamental ways; 1) by increasing demand for natural resources in our region through the effects of mass migration, while 2) simultaneously decreasing the supply of vital natural resources via the impact of climate shifts.


Formed early in 2019 with the idea of connecting

Tikor Foep

This is a project from my heart that began in 2016 when I discovered the Kingdom of Bhutan. I am an American, and Bhutan is an entirely different culture. I believe they are the Jewel of the World. Since then, I have made many friends in Bhutan, and wish to create an organization to help them. I believe Simbi could be a powerful tool for Bhutanese, and my friends in Uganda. Coming next? Jamaica. This is the calling of my life. I am dedicated to this work. Here is the Chief Administrator and Shaman:

DreamingStone Arts and Ecology

Situated in the traditional land of the Cherokee and Catawba people, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, Dreaming Stone Arts and Ecology Center (DSAEC) is a creative laboratory, learning center, farm, permaculture demonstration project, a center for art and ceremony, and a community space for healing. We weave arts and ecology to nourish our community, build reciprocity with the land, promote spiritual connection, and propagate sustainable futures.

Heart of Avalon

Heart of Avalon (HoA) is a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) with a mission: to promote health, sustainability and abundance. We envision a world where health and wellness are valued as a benefit for humanity and the planet, and we seek to empower people to make better choices for optimal health. Heart of Avalon believes that by connecting people for the purpose of exchanging resources including buying, selling, trading or borrowing goods and services, and providing opportunities for education and inspiration, as well as forming meaningful connections, that it can become a catalyst for change.

The Carzwell Project

This is the project if my life. The original intention was to create a container in Simbi for the development of my small consulting business - Carzwell XYZ - into the next version. That will wait a bit as I use this container as a project for restoring my life here in Negaunee, Michigan, US.

Kailani Digital Works

Kailani Digital Works is a one-woman web creations business. Its purpose it to help people express their dreams and aspirations through expressive websites and whiteboard videos.

entreDonovan Wholesale

entreDonovan Wholesale grew out of its sister company, entreDonovan. Specializing in custom womenswear, the company uses advanced technology such as 3D body scanning and digital pattern, along with traditional cutting and sewing equipment, to produce clothing that fits great!