Kiva Lending Team: Denise Wakeman's KIVA Challenge
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UPDATE #5 - We're well on our way to $30,000. In January 2014, we hit a milestone of 1000 loans. Please join us! (1/18/14)
UPDATE #4 - What a great Lending Team! We surpassed the $20,000 goal in early June 2012, well before my birthday. On to $25K... (6/15/12)
UPDATE #3 - W passed the $15,000 goal well before my birthday! Whoohooo! In two years the team has raised over $15,150 - making a difference in lives around the world. Thank you!
UPDATE #2 - We hit the 10K goal in September 2010. Now we're on to $15,000. Join the team, make a loan and make a difference in an entrepreneur's life today!
UPDATE: Though the OFFICIAL challenge ended last June, the team continues to thrive and loan to entrepreneurs around the world. We surpassed our goal in October, 2009. Our current goal is $10,000 in loans.
Please join us and continue the good work this team is doing.
In celebration of my 50th birthday, my goal is to attract $5,000 in loans = 200 loans @ $25 (or more!). I'm a huge fan of Kiva and as an entrepreneur it's important to me to give back where and when I can. As part of an online community of entrepreneurs, my hope is that my colleagues will join me in this endeavor to help others who don't have the resources we have access to so they can build their businesses and changes the lives of the people they touch.
Passionate entrepreneurs who have big hearts and desire to help others succeed. Get more details about the Challenge and watch my video at the link below.
Location: The Worldwide Web Team website
99+ messages. Join the team to get in on the action!
Herminia received a loan from Joan to purchase rice seeds that will have good results in healthier, heavier, and potentially higher-yielding seedlings.
Rosario received a loan from Denise Wakeman to ask for a loan to buy a larger quantity of animals as well as balanced feed to fatten them.
Celedonia received a loan from Denise Wakeman purchase ingredients such as rice, vegetables and chicken.
Kyon Thout Village Group received a loan from Alicia to help Kyon Thout Village Group, purchase ducks as well as high quality feeds.
Edilfredo received a loan from John to buy compost and fertilizers so that he can maintain his coffee crop.
Isabel Cristina received a loan from Jill to buy cheese, corn, flour, and a grill to make pupusas and other foods.
Gabriela Maria received a loan from Laurie to purchase an assortment of perfumes, clothing, body creams, and accessories to give a boost each day to her business.
Kelechi received a loan from Laurie to take on more vendors and expand the reach of her online store, which offers a selling space for small business owners to sell African-inspired products.
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