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CREATIVE ACTION CENTERS

THE STOREHOUSE FOUNDATION

and Community Build Program

A cooperative sharing and exchange system

The Storehouse Foundation

store·house (stôrhouse, st r)

n.

1. A place or building in which goods are stored; a warehouse.

          1. An abundant source or supply: a storehouse of knowledge.

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There are Four Foundations each that focus on providing local and global solutions.

  1. Water

  2. Food

  3. Housing

  4. Energy

 

The primary aim of the foundation is to locally and globally self empower individuals and local communities by providing them with the resources to actualize an abundance of life. The Foundation Funds Social Impact Innovation and specifically The Creative Action Centers.

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CREATIVE ACTION CENTERS

MICRO MANUFACTURING CENTERS

Local fabrication and production

co-operatives that operate as one Eco-

system with other micro companies.

The focus is on utilizing local resources

to develop low carbon footprint

products for local communities.

 

DENTAL AND MEDICINAL CO-OPERATIVES

Retired and practicing dentists and

doctors travel to local communities

to provide their talents and skills in

dentistry and medicinal practices.

 

 

THE OPEN KITCHEN

Impact agriculture and experiential

food as medicine education. A

Collaboration with local communities

through experiential education

that teaches local chefs, artisans and

families the healing and community

connection of food.

 

 

LOCAL THEATER ARCADES

Renovated buildings converted into

local theater and gaming centers

to support local, regional and global films and innovative

technologies produced by CACOON

members.

 

HAUS

A hostel and bed and breakfast

hybrid that are localized co working

and co-operative living spaces for

social entrepreneurs. The HAUS

centers provide a place for traveling social

entrepreneurs to live for short or longer

periods of time in a local community.

 

NEW VOICES LEARNING CENTERS

Experiential learning centers utilizing

Eco tourism, traveling market and

research think tank sessions that focus

on solving social impact issues such

as renewable energy, open source

technology, health systems, housing, food and water systems.


IMPACT INNOVATION AND MULTIMEDIA CENTERS

An open Innovation think tank center

Focused on social impact business development and multi media storytelling, technology, health systems, housing, perpetual energy,food and water systems.

OPEN SOURCE POLICY

All technologies, systems and structures developed within the Creative Action Centers are open sourced. The CRT and The Open Source policy will greatly accelerate learning and social impact development by reducing the investment time required to drive the next wave of innovation by enabling CACOON members to rapidly build on previous waves of open sourced information and technologyy.

Community Sectors

The Action Centers can be custom designed to suit the needs of a local community and must include at least one Action sector of focus within its system and structure.

THE ACTION SECTORS

 

  • DENTAL CARE

  • INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE

  • MICRO MANUFACTURING

  • TECHNOLOGY -SOFTWARE

  • LOCAL AGRICULTURE SYSTEMS

  • SOCIAL IMPACT ENTREPRENEURSHIP

  • EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS

A CREATIVE ACTION SPACE FOR ACCELRATED  LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE

In order to access and utilize the community programs within Cacoon, members form

three types of collaborative and cooperative communities.

MEMBERS FORM SHARING & COOPERATIVE COMMUNMITIES

The Community Build Program

In order to utilize the community programs within the network members must collaborate within 4 types of communities.

  • Pod -Level Status 3 to12 members
  • Group – Level Status:12 to 48 embers
  • Cluster- Level Status: 48 to 144 members
  • Storehouse Home-Level Status: 144 to 144,000 members
  1. When groups achieve the cluster community count of 144 members they can then begin to collectively collaborate with other cluster community members and form regional, national or global communities.
  1. Storehouse Community-When 1,000 clusters join together they form a Storehouse Community of 144,000 members. With these types of connections they are able to make great change in the world by their exchange of information and resources and concentrated focus.

 

Social Impact Cooperation

$5.00 monthly is donated to CACOON members to support a co-operative of integrated community development projects.

Distribution of The Commons

  • CACOON members pay $144 yearly or $12.00 monthly. 10% or $ 1.20 each month is donated to the Storehouse fund and are used for the development of community development programs within CACOON.

  • $1.00 Monthly from each member is donated to the Storehouse Fund and is then donated to each member every quarter. Members can use these funds to gain access to resources and support social impact projects.

  • $2.00 Monthly per member is donated to Store House Fund Co-operatives consisting of 144 to 144,000 members.

  • 80 cents is donated to the Storehouse Fund and is divided by eight into 10 cent increments.

Indviduals use these funds to support social impact projects within the CACOON community.

 

The Community Credits Program

Community Credits or Community Time Credits are an all-electronic reward point system used for education and supplementing the purchasing of goods and services within the CACOON community. The Community Credits allow individuals to earn credits by attending participation in the Community Build Program.

How it works

  • When members attend community building workshops, events, classes or other community building programs they will acquire Community Credit Time Points that can be used to supplement the purchasing, exchanging or sharing of items within the Creative Action Center.
  • When members share information, goods/services and community credits within their local communities they strengthen their local economy by keeping the majority of this energy localized.

Community Credit Storehouse Program-This is our storing and distribution clearing house of the Community Credits Program. The program signifies a members commitment to learn how utilize use value resources and share sustainably.

  • Members are allowed to store up to 12,000 points in their account called a storehouse.
  • Members can retain more than 12,000 points at any time and are only limited to retaining the points at this level at any given time.
  • A member can store up to 12,000 points in their storehouse for up to 3 months.
  • Members are encouraged to use their points before the recycle date to help them facilitate use value exchanges and or to help others with needed use value resources or projects within their local community.
  • At the three month recycle end date all unused community credit points beyond 3,000 points will be recycled back into the Community Storehouse for redistribution.
  • Surplus Community Credit Points are recycled back to a members home community to support the development of Community Build projects, social businesses or social enterprise businesses in the members local community.

The Community Credit Program is an agreement within a community to use something other than currency as payment to solve a social problem.

Social Impact Community Funding

The storehouse Fund revenues and the community credits program both support the development of the 7 Creative Action Centers. Each center has been designed as an open source creation

space that supports the sustainability and self-sufficiency of local communities.

Featured Community Build Program In ACTION

HAUS Exchange Progam- This Social Entrepreneur & Artists Exchange program supports and promotes social entrepreneurs and local indie artists;film makers, musicians, song writers and performance artists.

The Haus Exchange program provides these innovators a platform to bring their skills and talents to local communities as they travel the world to help support community funded projects within CACOON. These servant leaders will support the healing, development and re structuring of local communities. Members around the world will co operate in an orchestrated exchange of pods, groups and clusters from one city to another. The exchange program allows the traveling social entrepreneurs and artists to participate in community build programs in various host cities where they live for 1 to 3 months in HAUS Action centers and cooperative homes of other CACOON members.

CORE BENEFITS 

  1. The Creative Action Centers are funded by the Store house program Foundation within the CACOON platform and collectively collaborate in order to solve social problems and develop businesses, products and services that their local communities desire and need

  2. The Community Resource Tree or CRT as a Resource Broker facilitating communication, sharing, exchanges, commerce and connections to members within the open source network.

  3. The 7 Action Centers work in co-operation with one another and are able to collectively view and integrate real time data from the CRT in order to efficiently and sustainably utilize local and global resources.

 

CONSCIOUSNESS: Anything that we are aware of at a given moment forms part of our consciousness.

PROGRAMS OF COMMUNITY BUILD PORTAL

Open Source Application Program-Allows application developers to submit their innovative software applications to be featured and promoted on the market place, local channels and on Showcase Networks.

Community Credits Point Program- – Provides members the opportunity to learn how to utilize use value resources.

• When members attend community building workshops, events or engage in any community building program they will acquire Community Credit Points that can be used to supplement the purchasing, exchanging or sharing of items within the Community Resource Tree Exchange System.

• Community Credit Points are given to members each time they engage in use value exchange agreements.

• Members can utilize their points in the Innovators Program as well as use them for any of the community programs within the network.

• When members share information, goods/services and community credits within their local communities they strengthen their local economy by keeping the majority of this energy localized.
Community Credit Storehouse Program- This is our storing and distribution house of the Community Credits Program.

• Social Impact members are allowed to store up to 12,000 points in their account called a storehouse.
• Members can retain more than 12,000 points at any time and are only limited to retaining the points at this level at any given time.

• A member can store up to 12,000 points in their storehouse for up to 3 months.

• Members are encouraged to use their points before the recycle date to help them facilitate use value exchanges and/or to help others with needed use value resources or projects within their local community.

• At the three month recycle end date all unused community credit points beyond 3,000 points will be recycled back into the Community Storehouse for redistribution.

• Surplus Community Credit Points are recycled back to the storehouse and are used to in the Community Build Program to support the development of community projects, social businesses or social enterprise businesses in the members’ local communities.

Crowd Funding Program -Members are educated about how to get their products-services ready for market.

• The program provides education on how to prepare their businesses for crowd funding and to ensure they are in compliance with all regulations related to the new Jobs Act Law.

• Once step one is completed, approved members can be introduced to interested social impact investors who are a part of the social impact investors program.

• Enrollment into the social impact investor program allows the data of a members Enhances and Support Follows to be measured and viewed, thus allowing for potential crowd funding or accredited Investors who may be interested in investing in their project.

• This information as in all of the CACOON will never be sold to 3rd party interests but utilized for educational purposes for the member or shared with potential investors only if the member has agreed to share that information.
Social Entrepreneur Program – Social Entrepreneurs who have promising ideas for the planet but may not be able to articulate or express this in conventional ways are mentored by chosen Connector Guides within the network to help connect them to the proper channels to get their innovations developed and turned into projects to share with the community.

Social Impact Investor Program- Allows accredited Social Impact Investors to receive data and information for potential investments into our proven investment ready members. Investors who enter this program will have access to various projects of CACOON members such as; independent films, social enterprises , social businesses and other start-up companies.

The Open Door – Problem Solving Program

Community Collaboration Sessions takes the collaboration program and brings it into our local CACOON Centers in the form of live broadcast and interactive workshops.

The Open Door brings together visionaries, local leaders, CACOON members, University students and High School students to collaborate to solve social issues within their local community.

Community Guides act as moderators leading and guiding these innovative and inspiring collaboration sessions. CACOON members can also interact online, in real time with these collaboration projects.

The Open Door – Community Collaboration Sessions takes the collaboration program and brings it into our local CACOON Centers in the form of live broadcast and interactive workshops. The Open Door brings together visionaries, local leaders, CACOON members, University students and High School students to collaborate to solve social issues within their local community. CACOON Connector Guides act as moderators leading and guiding these innovative and inspiring collaboration sessions. CACOON members can also interact online, in real time with these collaboration projects.

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