Kiva Lending Team: Ian Martin Group
We loan because...
We see a world with each and every person pursuing meaningful work.
So in 2014, we are "Redeeming the Resume Black Hole" by asking all 100,000+ people who apply to jobs through the Ian Martin Group, to use our funds to make a loan on Kiva!
Check out our progress here: www.kiva.org/team/ianmartin/goals
Founded in 1957, the Ian Martin Group is North America's most progressive recruitment and project-staffing firm. As a Certified B Corporation, we meet comprehensive standards that measure our impact on employees, suppliers, community, and the environment. Our guiding statement is: “building authentic connections around meaningful work.”
The Ian Martin family includes technical recruitment divisions IME, IMT and IMIT – experts in Engineering, Telecom and IT respectively. The 500 Staffing is best understood as 'not so’ General Staffing and Ian Martin Executive which focuses on providing exceptional business leadership to technical and scientific centered organizations.
Location: Canada & US Team website
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Elida Luz received a loan from Luz to purchase cement, sand, iron, bricks, and to pay for manual labor.$850 to goLend Now
Saviour School received a loan from Frederick to purchase a water filtration system to provide clean drinking water for its students.0% repaid
Mariam received a loan from 1 team members to expand her business by widening the space of her shop and to buy more products like many coconuts and tomatoes.
Ricardo received a loan from 1 team members to purchase farming materials and fertilizer.$325 to goLend Now
Nawal received a loan from 1 team members to buy more feed and other supplies for her farm.
Sokkhim received a loan from Scott to buy fertilizer, pesticide, and pay for labors and plowing cost.
Morelia Amparo received a loan from Denis to buy a large food truck, a mincer, a blender, utensils, and general food stock.$475 to goLend Now
Clementine received a loan from 1 team members to buy more mangoes, lemons, and oranges for sale.
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