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We loan because...
we want to make a difference globally, in business and in our communities.

About us
Aon means "oneness" in Gaelic. We are greater than the sum of our individual parts.

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Team Activity

  • Leonora
    Philippines
    Leonora received a loan from Lee to buy more fruits and vegetables to sell in her food stall like mangoes, apples, tomatoes, onions, garlic, cabbage, eggs, eggplant and spices.
    Lee
    0% repaid
  • Patricia
    Peru
    Patricia received a loan from Chris to invest in the bulk purchase of raw materials such as natural gemstones and silver.
    Chris
    0% repaid
  • Paul
    Kenya
    Paul received a loan from Amenda to buy a dairy cow for milk production.
    Amenda
    0% repaid
  • Susan
    Philippines
    Susan received a loan from Amenda to buy more fruits to sell in her fruit stand.
    Amenda
    0% repaid
  • Giorgi
    Georgia
    Giorgi received a loan from Jason & Co. to buy young cows, herd them on the mountain pasture, and sell them when they are full-grown.
    Jason & Co.
    $200 to go
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  • Marcilio
    Brazil
    Marcilio received a loan from Chris to invest in a bulk purchase of leather.
    Chris
    0% repaid
  • Runglawan
    Thailand
    Runglawan received a loan from Chris to invest in a bulk purchase of raw materials.
    Chris
    0% repaid
  • Ruth Kamene
    Kenya
    Ruth Kamene received a loan from Linda to cover the cost of attending Spire Education's six-week career accelerator programme.
    Linda
    0% repaid
  • Mellen
    Kenya
    Mellen received a loan from Linda to purchase poultry.
    Linda
    0% repaid
  • Elsa
    Philippines
    Elsa received a loan from Lee to purchase more groceries to sell in her general store.
    Lee
    12% repaid
  • Evi
    Indonesia
    Evi received a loan from Jason & Co. to provide more mobile payment services for her community.
    Jason & Co.
    0% repaid
  • Aissatou's Group
    Senegal
    Aissatou's Group received a loan from Michael 60000 francs worth of vegetables that she will resell at retail, as well as 30000 francs worth of milk, bread, coffee, and coal for the management of her cafeteria.
    Michael
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

95
Team Members
$26,275
Amount Loaned
980
Loans
10.3
Loans per member