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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.

To get started, simply join an existing team or create a new one and invite your friends!

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3,228 lending teams in the "Families" category
  • Yoon Park

    1 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    NY-NJ Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2012
    We loan because: “Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret Mead
  • The Mac Family

    The Mac Family

    1 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Long Beach, CA; Seattle, WA - USA Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2012
    We loan because: We want to help people achieve their dreams!
  • TALL Family and Friends

    2 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Nova Scotia Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2012
    We loan because: We want to help others stand tall with pride.
  • IJL

    1 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Category: Families Team since: Dec, 2012
    We loan because: we prefer Kiva loans to gifts
  • Sesheme Foundation

    Sesheme Foundation

    2 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Toronto, Canada Category: Families Team since: Oct, 2012
    We loan because: we want to empower women from different communities across the world to enhance their standard of living.
  • Thapar Family

    1 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    USA Category: Families Team since: Oct, 2012
    We loan because: To give back by enabling and empowering others
  • Huang-Ho Family

    3 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Taiwan Category: Families Team since: Oct, 2012
    We loan because: we want to create a better world.
  • Winters Family

    Winters Family

    2 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    The United States Category: Families Team since: Sep, 2012
    We loan because: Money is a way of voting for what you want to see in the world.