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Kiva Cards can be printed out at home,
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Kiva Cards can be used to support borrowers like...
Manas, a sculptor in Odisha, India, carves idols to sell at the local market. He used his loan to buy more materials and tools to build his business and save money for his daughter’s future. His mom Pratima couldn’t be more proud.
The Mujeres Nuevo Amanecer Group, a circle of women farmers in Guatemala, divided their loan to expand their businesses raising pigs and growing strawberries, lettuce, artichokes, and corn. Some of them have even been able to double their crops, and all of them are happy to be providing more consistently for their families.
What’s a Kiva Card?
When you give a Kiva Card, you give someone else the chance to make a loan to a borrower who inspires them. When that loan is repaid, they can lend those funds again and again to make an even bigger difference. It's truly the gift that keeps on giving! Get started »
Kiva connects millions of people around the world through lending to make the world a better place. Every day, hundreds of loans are funded to help borrowers start and grow businesses, send their kids to school, switch to clean energy, and more — all with a nearly 99% repayment rate.
This year, give the gift that keeps on giving.