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We loan because...
It's more blessed to give than to receive (but being Baptists somehow also engenders a keen interest in ensuring good stewardship of the £/$ we earn or give away)

About us
Kivans associated with a Baptist Church
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baptist

ps: (answer to questions) Photo is of my home church - Ponsonby Baptist in Auckland, New Zealand
www.ponsonbybaptist.org.nz

Location: Here for a short while but here to make a difference!      

 

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Team Activity

  • Pele
    Samoa
    Pele received a loan from James Barron to buy chemicals, fertilizer, a tiller, a rake, a new wheelbarrow, new gum boots and a spade.
    James Barron
    0% repaid
  • Theresa
    Samoa
    Theresa received a loan from James Barron to purchase a barbecue grill, fencing wire, cement, and sand.
    James Barron
    0% repaid
  • Litiaainiu
    Samoa
    Litiaainiu received a loan from James Barron to buy bags of sugar, bags of flour, cooking oil, spoons, forks, etc.
    James Barron
    0% repaid
  • Alberto
    United States
    Alberto received a loan from Emily to hire an additional electrician.
    Emily
    $2,950 to go
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  • Fue
    Samoa
    Fue received a loan from James Barron to purchase sugar, pop corn, cooking oil and plastic bags.
    James Barron
    0% repaid
  • Ailini
    Samoa
    Ailini received a loan from James Barron to buy scissors, thread, sewing machines, needles, material, etc.
    James Barron
    0% repaid
  • Andrey
    Ukraine
    Andrey received a loan from Peter to purchase a piece of land to further expand his farming business.
    Peter
    $750 to go
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  • Laumua
    Samoa
    Laumua received a loan from James Barron to purchase sacks of sugar, flour, and rice; and boxes of corned beef, canned fish, chicken leg quarters, mutton flaps, and sausages.
    James Barron
    0% repaid
  • Alice
    Samoa
    Alice received a loan from James Barron to buy a freezer, plastic cups, sugar, Chinese lollies, etc.
    James Barron
    $75 to go
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  • Emmanuel Group
    Nicaragua
    Emmanuel Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy cloth, wool, synthetic material, thread, buttons, elastic bands, etc.
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    0% repaid
  • Nathan
    Kenya
    Nathan received a loan from Chris to buy a posho mill.
    Chris
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

40
Team Members
$27,750
Amount Loaned
935
Loans
23.4
Loans per member