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We loan because...
We see micro lending as a vehicle to change the world. We believe in a giving-model that is empowering, respectful and deliberate. We are sure the outcome of such action will have a significantly powerful impact on social, economic and environmental realities.

We recognise that the opportunity we enjoy in Australia isn't something we're entitled to, and we want to share our good fortune with others.

We loan because it makes us feel good knowing we're making a positive social difference around the world.

We loan because it's an opportunity to start a conversation with our children, friends, co-workers, strangers on the bus and inspire them to the possibilities of what is possible feel how good it is to give.

About us
Our team is YOU!

We are regular people, doing regular things, but with one special characteristic, we believe in social kindness and the positive power of each other. Through daily association with each other and the projects we believe in, we are an ongoing source and consequence of kindness, inspiration, energy and connection.

Location: everywhere!      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Taimboti
    Zimbabwe
    Taimboti received a loan from Jon to pay for timber and metal bars.
    Jon
    $25 to go
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  • John
    Uganda
    John received a loan from Jonathan to purchase mulch.
    Jonathan
    0% repaid
  • Jeanne
    Rwanda
    Jeanne received a loan from Paula to buy fertilizer for her rice fields.
    Paula
    0% repaid
  • Dukundukuri Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Dukundukuri Cb Group received a loan from Jeani to buy more foodstuffs such as beans, cassava and sorghum for sale.
    Jeani
    0% repaid
  • Allen
    Uganda
    Allen received a loan from Carol to buy cooking oil, sugar, rice, beans, crates of soda, and peas.
    Carol
    0% repaid
  • Benkadi 3 Group
    Mali
    Benkadi 3 Group received a loan from Carol to pay for labor and the purchase of inputs and seeds.
    Carol
    0% repaid
  • Naguru Parents School
    Uganda
    Naguru Parents School received a loan from 2 team members to purchase a water filtration system to provide clean drinking water for its students.
    Eleanor Victoria
    0% repaid
  • Maram
    Jordan
    Maram received a loan from Victoria to pay for her upcoming semester fees.
    Victoria
    0% repaid
  • Elena
    Samoa
    Elena received a loan from Victoria to buy a new display refrigerator, a chest freezer, snacks, frozen goods, canned food, sack of onions, potatoes, vegetables and a large hanging scale.
    Victoria
    0% repaid
  • Habibu
    Uganda
    Habibu received a loan from Bob to buy more merchandise like body lotion and hair treatment to sell.
    Bob
    0% repaid
  • Wassa 2 Group
    Mali
    Wassa 2 Group received a loan from Monique to buy fertilizers and weed killers and to pay for labor.
    Monique
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

137
Team Members
$27,825
Amount Loaned
991
Loans
7.2
Loans per member