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Lending teams are self-organized groups built around common interests, school affiliation or location.

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1,807 lending teams in the "Colleges/Universities" category
  • Team CDM

    2 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Chicago Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Dec, 2009
    We loan because: Big gifts come in small packages
  • USC Classicists

    2 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Los Angeles, CA Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Dec, 2009
  • Students for International Prosperity

    Students for International Prosperity

    4 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Dec, 2009
    We loan because: Students for International Prosperity recognizes that the establishment of poverty is a cycle we can break.

    Through the internet, this problem can be met with new opposition in the form of microlending…
  • Dominican University of California

    Dominican University of California

    4 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    San Rafael Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Nov, 2009
    We loan because: We know that it is important to give back to the community on a global scale.
  • Kiva Students

    3 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Everywhere Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Oct, 2009
    We loan because: as students we realize our place in the world and its future. We must work together through increased interconnectivity in an effort to better our global community.
  • Saint Anselm College Geiseliers

    Saint Anselm College Geiseliers

    6 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Aug, 2009
    We loan because: We believe in helping others