Model Community Association

MCA Theory

MCA postulates that arrangements that lack a profit motive, involve sharing resources and responsibilities and embrace a collaborative governance model lead to uniquely harmonious, trust-building outcomes.  



Our Vision

We envision conscientious, independent, happy and healthy individuals living in connected communities, exchanging resources within an optimized economic structure that accommodates the needs of everyone inhabiting this vibrant planet.    


We offer a people to people (P2P) framework that facilitates connections, communications, activities and decision-making, in support of ongoing successful arrangements, relationships, and individuals.  Scroll down learn more, or view additional details under "How to Participate".

Participation & Collaboration

MCA hopes to foster and facilitate arrangements that involve participation and collaboration. Using the MCA Theory, we intend to study how such arrangements impact all of us economically and societally.

The benefits of self-governance.

The organization formed is a Circle of Trust made up of individuals with shared intents and purposes.

Creating relationships and equitable exchanges

There are many members of society, living in our communities, who have the desire to live their lives more fully, to connect with others who have similar...

Empower collective experiences.

The standards and guidelines that become effective in the Model Community environment can be a stepping stone for similar endeavors.


Members Dashboard

An informative dashboard area that offers easy access for users to utilize all the tools in the toolset.

News & Alert

An informative dashboard area that offers easy access for users to utilize all the tools in the toolset.

Interactive Meeting Tool

A unique virtual collaborative meeting tool allowing Circle Members to set agendas, record meeting results, distribute, archive meeting results, and more!

Collaborative Consent Tool

This handy tool offers the ability for a group to discuss and consent (or refrain from consenting) online to a proposal, with results securely distributed and archived.