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3,037 lending teams in the "Families" category
  • Kaminer Family

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Armonk Category: Families Team since: Jun, 2014
    We loan because: We want to help others create positive social and environmental change.
  • Surface With A Smile

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Category: Families Team since: Jun, 2014
    We loan because: Surface With A Smile
  • NutsForOthers

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Mostly east coast Category: Families Team since: May, 2014
    We loan because: We are lucky to have what we have, and as a group can share with others that really need something we can loan them
  • Liam's 3rd Birthday Wish

    Liam's 3rd Birthday Wish

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    New York Category: Families Team since: May, 2014
    We loan because: we want to live in a world where everyone matters and to pay homage to the best pre-school director!
  • Team Po

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    San Francisco - Chicago Category: Families Team since: May, 2014
  • The Willems Family

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    1827 Canyon Oak Court, San Mateo, CA 94402 Category: Families Team since: May, 2014
    We loan because: We believe in hopes, dreams, the entrepreneurial spirit, fellowship and kindness. Our desire is to leave a small footprint that one day will have a big impact in a community different than our own and to teach our…
  • The Custody Project

    The Custody Project

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Nationwide Category: Families Team since: May, 2014
    We loan because: Our Mission: To promote the general welfare, both directly and indirectly, of women and their children as a unit as related to care, custody, and visitation issues.