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We loan because...
Lending through Kiva is one way among many to live a life of service and make a positive contribution to the world around us. Inspired by "Mary Baker Eddy: A Life of Service," an exhibit at The Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston, MA; we hope to continue the good works done by Eddy and the other individuals and institutions highlighted and to make a difference.

About us
The Mary Baker Eddy Library provides public access and context to original materials and educational experiences about Mary Baker Eddy’s life, ideas, and achievements, including her Church. The Library promotes exploration and scholarship through its collections, exhibits, and programs.

In 2010, the Library will examine Mary Baker Eddy's personal story of service through a year long exhibit. Visitors will also be introduced to individuals, companies and institutions today that give of themselves. Viewers will be invited to ask themselves how they could do the same.

This Kiva Lending Team is one such invitation and will open with the exhibition on April 6. For more information, please visit our Web site.

Location: Boston, MA       Team website


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  • Hanan
    Hanan received a loan from Corry to buy raw materials such as textiles and yarn for her sewing workshop.
    0% repaid
  • Thoeurng
    Thoeurng received a loan from Corry to buy pigs to raise.
    0% repaid
  • Hayk
    Hayk received a loan from Randy to buy one more cow and also fodder for his cattle.
    0% repaid
  • Suzan
    Suzan received a loan from Lesley to pay for the workers to install glass in the windows of her house before the winter season.
    0% repaid
  • Rosemarie
    Rosemarie received a loan from Corry to purchase more groceries to sell in her general store.
    18% repaid
  • Shahida
    Shahida received a loan from Corry to enhance her son's sanitary shop.
    8% repaid
  • Matilde
    Matilde received a loan from Corry to buy sewing supplies.
    6% repaid
  • Anahit
    Anahit received a loan from Lindsey to purchase fertilizer, fuel and cover labor costs.
    11% repaid
  • Kyauk Pon
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Kyauk Pon received a loan from Corry to help 40 villagers purchase fertilizer and topsoil.
    0% repaid
  • Nongtaaba 3 De Viou Group
    Burkina Faso
    Nongtaaba 3 De Viou Group received a loan from Corry to buy a quantity of onion seed, a quantity of tomato seed and a sack of fertilizer for her vegetable growing business.
    0% repaid

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