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We loan because...
It's important to help people without access to conventional banks acquire funding for their businesses. This enables their society to grow, their economy to grow, and their prosperity to increase.

About us
We are a group of committed students at the George Washington University interested in making a sustainable, positive difference in the world.

Location: Washington, DC      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Juvy
    Philippines
    Juvy received a loan from Deborah to purchase seeds, compost, and fertilizer.
    Deborah
    $325 to go
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  • Jesusa
    Philippines
    Jesusa received a loan from Max to purchase building materials and pay for construction labor.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • José
    Paraguay
    José received a loan from Max to buy a notebook computer and pay for other education expenses.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • Hanady
    Lebanon
    Hanady received a loan from Max to buy living room and bedroom furniture.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • Nadya
    Armenia
    Nadya received a loan from Max to pay for seven piglets, feed for the livestock, and fertilizer for land cultivation.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • Carlos Alberto
    Honduras
    Carlos Alberto received a loan from Max to buy shirts, blouses, jeans, shorts, as well as curtains and other items.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • Benjamin
    Philippines
    Benjamin received a loan from Max to purchase fertilizer and seedlings to sell.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • Raquel Marlene
    El Salvador
    Raquel Marlene received a loan from Max purchase a cement toilet, sheet metal, purlins, cement, sand, bricks and pay for labor to build a composting toilet.
    Max
    0% repaid
  • Oppa
    Zimbabwe
    Oppa received a loan from Rachel to purchase more jackets, dresses, shirts, and shoes to increase her stock levels.
    Rachel
    $225 to go
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  • Sana'
    Jordan
    Sana' received a loan from Laurel to buy more clothes and blankets for her business.
    Laurel
    0% repaid
  • Le Citadin Group
    The Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Le Citadin Group received a loan from Scott to purchase 200 pairs of women's shoes.
    Scott
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

199
Team Members
$36,050
Amount Loaned
1,405
Loans
7.1
Loans per member