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

Join as many teams as you'd like, and rally around shared lending goals by counting each of your loans at checkout toward the team's impact.

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3,226 lending teams in the "Families" category
  • The Millers of AZ

    1 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Arizona Category: Families Team since: Mar, 2012
    We loan because: We want to make a difference!
  • Brewer

    4 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Texas/Oklahoma Category: Families Team since: Mar, 2012
  • Team Life Changers

    3 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    USA Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2011
    We loan because: We want to make a difference and if our family sticks to gether we can help more! We dream and then we work to make those dreams come true.
  • Lecakes Family

    3 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2011
    We loan because: our crazy brother's family likes the site.
  • The Mac Pack

    3 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    USA Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2011
    We loan because: We care!
  • Create Investment Group, Inc.

    Create Investment Group, Inc.

    1 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    World Wide Family's Category: Families Team since: Nov, 2011
    We loan because: We enjoy the benefits of helping family's around the world to prosper and benefit there family's. We find happiness in giving, more than receiving.
  • Team 909

    1 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Chino Hills, CA Category: Families Team since: Oct, 2011
    We loan because: we came from humble beginnings, and realize that opportunity can be the difference between poverty and prosperity
  • Rebuild Detroit

    4 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Detroit Michigan Category: Families Team since: Jul, 2011
    We loan because: We want people on fixed incomes to have a decent place to live. While increasing the population of Detroit, back to a vibrant city.