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We loan because...
Subscribing to the core micro-lending philosophy, we support and encourage entrepreneurs in starting small businesses in Third World countries.

About us
Our non-profit foundation provides interest free startup capital (loans) to women in Third World countries.

We are a closed team, and only allow team members to join that are members in good standing of a Compadres chapter. If you would like to start your own chapter, send us a message and we can discuss.

Location: Temecula, CA       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Sylvie
    Rwanda
    Sylvie received a loan from John to pay workers who harvested maize.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Huong
    Vietnam
    Huong received a loan from John to buy new furniture for her shop.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Le
    Vietnam
    Le received a loan from John to buy a variety of different coffee products and beverages to sell to her customers.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Rosa Maria
    El Salvador
    Rosa Maria received a loan from John to purchase vitamins and concentrated feed for her livestock.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Kanyshai
    Kyrgyzstan
    Kanyshai received a loan from John to buy fertilizers and fuel for land cultivation and growing organic haricot.
    John
    $800 to go
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  • Zhibek
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zhibek received a loan from John to buy one cow to increase her sales volume of ecologically clean milk.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Zharkynai
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zharkynai received a loan from John to buy 2 cows and 10 sheep in order to increase her livestock headcount and help bolster her income.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Ma. Nida
    Philippines
    Ma. Nida received a loan from Compadres Foundation to buy ingredients like sugar, flour, cooking oil and other spices.
    Compadres Foundation
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

3
Team Members
$598,925
Amount Loaned
9,305
Loans
3101.7
Loans per member

Rankings In Clubs Category

#1 for Amount Loaned (All Time)