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We loan because...
Economic prosperity is achieved not through mere employment or possession of goods, but through production. The best possible means of ending poverty is through increasing wealth by enabling production and encouraging voluntary trade around the world. There are few better means of achieving this than through micro-lending.

About us
We embrace individual liberty and support collective prosperity through mutually-beneficial voluntary trade.

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Team Activity

  • Nakeisha
    United States
    Nakeisha received a loan from Don & Cynthia to purchase cleaning supplies for her janitorial service business.
    Don & Cynthia
    $3,700 to go
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  • Jesusa
    Philippines
    Jesusa received a loan from Ken to buy canned goods, soft drinks, breads, sugar and coffee to sell.
    Ken
    0% repaid
  • Benita
    Bolivia
    Benita received a loan from Jonathan to buy a machine that will enable her to cook chickens broaster style.
    Jonathan
    0% repaid
  • Josephine
    Philippines
    Josephine received a loan from Michael to pay for her daughter's tuition fee.
    Michael
    10% repaid
  • Alberto Javier
    Colombia
    Alberto Javier received a loan from Michael to buy products in cash because he has a lot of demand.
    Michael
    7% repaid
  • Aissatou's Group
    Senegal
    Aissatou's Group received a loan from Michael to buy at least three 20-liter drums [of gas] and other various consumer goods.
    Michael
    0% repaid
  • Fatima
    Mozambique
    Fatima received a loan from Michael to buy construction materials such as cement, beams, and sheet metal to continue the construction on her new house.
    Michael
    8% repaid
  • Levis Alexi
    El Salvador
    Levis Alexi received a loan from Michael to invest in agriculture and to buy grazing cattle.
    Michael
    0% repaid
  • Julius
    Kenya
    Julius received a loan from Michael to buy farm inputs.
    Michael
    7% repaid
  • Kwa Kingo Group
    Tanzania
    Kwa Kingo Group received a loan from Ken to buy a good stock of bananas and meet his customers’ demand.
    Ken
    14% repaid
  • Torn
    Cambodia
    Torn received a loan from Don & Cynthia to pay tuition fees for her son who wants to pursue a masters degree in Public Administration.
    Don & Cynthia
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

70
Team Members
$14,375
Amount Loaned
528
Loans
7.5
Loans per member