Help us reach $600,000 by December 31!
$49,997

Dear Kiva Lender,

Kiva facilitates loans to more than 4,000 borrowers every week, but since Kiva doesn't take a fee on your loans we rely on donations from lenders like you to keep doing this important work. If every Kiva lender seeing this banner pitched in $20 for our Donation Drive, we'd hit our goal of $600,000 by Dec 31! Thanks for your continuing partnership in making the world a fairer place.

In service, Premal Shah, President, Kiva.org

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We loan because...
We have more than we need, and we want everyone to have enough. We support the innate generosity of future generations of our birth family. We support the entrepreneurship of our global family.

About us
CITLA is Clare Irene Trudeau Livingston Albert, December 16, 1929 to November 16, 2012. This account is administered by her daughter, Susan Livingston, who is delighted to liberate some of this money from its virtual existence in an account to do needed work in the world.

Location: USA       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Iliya
    Nigeria
    Iliya received a loan from Susan to buy food and clothing, thereby eliminating pressure to sell corn at low prices at harvest.
    Susan
    0% repaid
  • Rosa Estela
    El Salvador
    Rosa Estela received a loan from Susan to buy wood, 4 boards, 5 beams, 200 rods, 5 pounds of 5 inch nails and to pay for a carpenter to repair her house.
    Susan
    0% repaid
  • Majeeda
    Pakistan
    Majeeda received a loan from Susan to buy a new rickshaw for her husband.
    Susan
    0% repaid
  • Yến
    Vietnam
    Yến received a loan from connor to purchase sand, cement and bricks to build a toilet.
    connor
    0% repaid
  • Subhon
    Tajikistan
    Subhon received a loan from connor to pay for tuition.
    connor
    0% repaid
  • Dios Es Amor Group
    Ecuador
    Dios Es Amor Group received a loan from connor to buy a large amount of shellfish to sell to wholesale buyers.
    connor
    2% repaid
  • Jacinto
    Philippines
    Jacinto received a loan from connor purchase of new nets, foams, and other fishing accessories.
    connor
    0% repaid
  • Break Through Group
    Ghana
    Break Through Group received a loan from connor to purchase Elsa Clean cookstoves for resale to the rural communities.
    connor
    0% repaid
  • Sabina
    Philippines
    Sabina received a loan from connor to pay for grocery items, toiletries and beverages to sell.
    connor
    50% repaid
  • Pablito
    Philippines
    Pablito received a loan from connor to pay for an inventory of sugar, milk, oil, and noodles.
    connor
    33% repaid
  • Edna
    Philippines
    Edna received a loan from connor to pay for grocery items, toiletries, and beverages.
    connor
    66% repaid
  • Iniciativa Group
    Mexico
    Iniciativa Group received a loan from connor buy sheets of colored paper of a variety of types to sell for making decorations such as crowns to celebrate the very popular Day of the Dead in November.
    connor
    62% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

6
Team Members
$7,450
Amount Loaned
129
Loans
21.5
Loans per member