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We loan because...
If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Now in the modern world, you can give that same man a loan to buy a fishing pole, he catches fish with his new pole to feed his family, his community improves because of his financial success, he pays the loan back, and you can re-loan that money again to help someone else buy a fishing pole . . . wait, that sounds like a conspiracy by the Rapala Corporation to sell more fishing equipment, what are we supporting here ;-)

About us
Our Kiva lending team is a non-political group consisting of Green Bay Packers fans lovingly known as Cheeseheads, and anyone who lives in or has ties to the great state of Wisconsin and is interested in making the world a better place.

Location: Green Bay, WI       Team website


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Team Activity

  • Tsuishitoo Group
    Tsuishitoo Group received a loan from Brian to purchase pork and fish at neighboring markets and sell them to a diverse clientele.
    0% repaid
  • Matilde Del Carmen
    Matilde Del Carmen received a loan from Trevor to make some changes to her workshop, purchase fabric and thread. Matilde is a 57-year-old woman who seeks to legalize the documents for her home.
    $150 to go
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  • Facilio
    Facilio received a loan from Susan to purchase cement, zinc panels, boards, and labor.
    $975 to go
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  • Nga's Group
    Nga's Group received a loan from Susan to change the type of fertilizer from chemical fertilizers to organic fertilizers.
    0% repaid
  • Valya
    Valya received a loan from Susan to pay for 13 sheep and forage for feeding the livestock.
    $1,800 to go
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  • Biatriz
    Biatriz received a loan from Cheese Head to repair her adobe house so that her three children sleep warm.
    Cheese Head
    0% repaid

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