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We loan because...
Good coffee helps make you see that we humans are all connected and we need to look out for each other.

About us
We are the Mahogany Roasters community and we want a sustainable, good cup of coffee.

Location: Wherever there is good coffee, we'll be there.       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Marisa
    United States
    Marisa received a loan from Barb to purchase equipment for the restaurant.
    Barb
    $3,825 to go
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  • Jonathan
    Uganda
    Jonathan received a loan from Barb to buy beehives.
    Barb
    0% repaid
  • Kan Kyi Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Kan Kyi Village received a loan from Paul purchase farming inputs such as fertilizer and high-quality sesame seeds to boost crop yields.
    Paul
    0% repaid
  • Nonghang Group
    Lao People's Democratic Republic
    Nonghang Group received a loan from Paul to purchase TerraClear water filters so they can have access to safe drinking water.
    Paul
    0% repaid
  • Paul
    Uganda
    Paul received a loan from 2 team members to pay for labor and to buy pesticides.
    Paul JPinVA
    8% repaid
  • Christmas
    Uganda
    Christmas received a loan from 2 team members to purchase coffee beans.
    Paul JPinVA
    16% repaid
  • Jose Arnoldo
    Colombia
    Jose Arnoldo received a loan from Paul purchase agricultural supplies.
    Paul
    9% repaid
  • Anonymous
    South Africa
    Anonymous received a loan from Paul to pay for one year of tuition fees and living expenses at the Maharishi Institute.
    Paul
    0% repaid
  • Anonymous
    Uganda
    Anonymous received a loan from JPinVA to buy organic manure.
    JPinVA
    8% repaid
  • Marco
    Costa Rica
    Marco received a loan from JPinVA to buy seedlings and fertilizer.
    JPinVA
    100% repaid
  • Maria Otilia
    Honduras
    Maria Otilia received a loan from JPinVA to buy farming supplies to help her coffee crops.
    JPinVA
    0% repaid
  • Opadina
    Honduras
    Opadina received a loan from JPinVA to buy inputs and pay for labor to maintain her coffee plantation.
    JPinVA
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

21
Team Members
$12,875
Amount Loaned
489
Loans
23.3
Loans per member