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We loan because...
Uri L'Tzedek believes that micro-lending is one of the most important ways to empower those in the developing world to grow in building their lives and to unite to work to alleviate poverty.

About us
We are a Jewish Social Justice Organization.

Location: NY, USA      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Felicia's Group
    Nigeria
    Felicia's Group received a loan from Emily to process and store palm oil products.
    Emily
    0% repaid
  • Santina
    Timor-Leste
    Santina received a loan from Nina to buy candles, books, biscuits, aqua, sauce, soy sauce, sugar, salt, cooking oil, milk, perfume, coffee, soft drinks and other things to sell.
    Nina
    0% repaid
  • Facilio
    Mozambique
    Facilio received a loan from Nina to purchase cement, zinc panels, boards, and labor.
    Nina
    $800 to go
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  • Alapama
    Samoa
    Alapama received a loan from Miriam and Benzion to buy bags of flour, sugar, yeast, cooking oil, baking trays, icing sugar, butter and a large stove.
    Miriam and Benzion
    0% repaid
  • Victor Javier
    Honduras
    Victor Javier received a loan from Laurel to buy fertilizer for his business.
    Laurel
    0% repaid
  • Zebiniso
    Tajikistan
    Zebiniso received a loan from Azi to buy cattle to start a new business.
    Azi
    0% repaid
  • Charles  Yapo
    Sierra Leone
    Charles Yapo received a loan from Daniel to improve his business.
    Daniel
    0% repaid
  • Ilanit
    Israel
    Ilanit received a loan from Skylar Bader to assist with marketing costs and investment in productions.
    Skylar Bader
    0% repaid
  • Tereza
    Israel
    Tereza received a loan from Skylar Bader to develop her 2014-15 collection of bridal, evening and girls party dresses.
    Skylar Bader
    0% repaid
  • Karla Patricia
    Honduras
    Karla Patricia received a loan from Michelle to stock up on clothes such as jeans, shirts, blouses, and children's clothes to sell.
    Michelle
    $300 to go
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  • Dienaba's Group
    Senegal
    Dienaba's Group received a loan from Peggy to purchase chiffon fabrics and various trims and some carrots, cabbage, and legumes.
    Peggy
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

152
Team Members
$43,450
Amount Loaned
1,355
Loans
8.9
Loans per member