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We loan because...
Giving a helping hand to people who are willing to work hard to help themselves is the right thing to do.

About us
We are families and friends who want to help individuals support themselves and their families.

We started in Dec. 2008 with one person who loaned $25. By the end of 2012 we had 37 members and we have loaned $7450! One person can do so much by spreading the word! Let's all enjoy watching the power of the ripple effect we are creating! Invite your family and friends to join Helping Hand.

Location: Worldwide      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Ha Duong's Group
    Vietnam
    Ha Duong's Group received a loan from Kathryn to improve her family's farming operations by switching from the use of chemical fertilizers to organic fertilizers.
    Kathryn
    0% repaid
  • Laarni
    Philippines
    Laarni received a loan from Romona to buy more materials such as fabric, needles, scissors, thread, etc. for her business.
    Romona
    0% repaid
  • Leonora
    Philippines
    Leonora received a loan from Patty&Paul to pay for redemption of her pawned coconut land.
    Patty&Paul
    6% repaid
  • Maria Del Carmen
    El Salvador
    Maria Del Carmen received a loan from Patty&Paul to buy agricultural supplies, poultry, and pigs to strengthen her business and to be able to grow more corn.
    Patty&Paul
    0% repaid
  • Soledad
    Bolivia
    Soledad received a loan from Diane to expand her restaurant and use the profits to educate her children.
    Diane
    15% repaid
  • Maribeth
    Philippines
    Maribeth received a loan from Kathryn to pay for additional stocks of jewelry and other accessories needed in her business.
    Kathryn
    25% repaid
  • Maria
    Bolivia
    Maria received a loan from Adrienne to buy a weaving machine to increase her production and earn better income.
    Adrienne
    5% repaid
  • Mercy
    Philippines
    Mercy received a loan from Romona to purchase an additional sewing machine and fabrics.
    Romona
    25% repaid
  • Eth's Group
    Cambodia
    Eth's Group received a loan from Shab to buy fertilizers and seeds for her farmland.
    Shab
    7% repaid
  • Iris
    Honduras
    Iris received a loan from Shab to buy rice, sugar, oil, beans, coffee, bread, milk, eggs, cheese, flour, etc. for her business.
    Shab
    6% repaid
  • Dúo Gloria A Dios Group
    Guatemala
    Dúo Gloria A Dios Group received a loan from Shab to buy raw material for the production and sale of typical weavings.
    Shab
    100% repaid
  • Santana Israel
    El Salvador
    Santana Israel received a loan from Diane to buy a yoke for cattle to work the soil where he will seed, this will be very useful as he currently doesn’t have this very important equipment needed for his work. Currently, he needs to rent the yoke and cattle if he wants to seed which translates into a cost.
    Diane
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

41
Team Members
$10,400
Amount Loaned
392
Loans
9.6
Loans per member

Rankings In Families Category

#6 for New Users (All Time)