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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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3,592 lending teams in the "Friends" category
  • Team Ghan

    Team Ghan

    4 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada Category: Friends Team since: Apr, 2010
    We loan because: We can. And it's the right thing to do.
  • amigos unidos

    amigos unidos

    2 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    lawndale Category: Friends Team since: Mar, 2010
    We loan because: we want to help people in need.
  • advocates

    advocates

    2 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Glendale, AZ Category: Friends Team since: Jan, 2010
    We loan because: LOVE
  • CIU Weekenders

    2 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Winfield Illinois Category: Friends Team since: Jan, 2010
    We loan because: helping others is what we do.
  • The Abundance Circle

    The Abundance Circle

    1 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Category: Friends Team since: Dec, 2009
    We loan because: we live to give and we give to live.
  • Helping People with Heart

    Helping People with Heart

    2 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Vancouver, BC, Canada Category: Friends Team since: Nov, 2009
    We loan because: we are grateful for what we have and want to give others a helping hand
  • Me, Myself and other things

    Me, Myself and other things

    2 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Birmingham, UK Category: Friends Team since: Nov, 2009
    We loan because: I found it on the website of Zen Habits and decided to become part of the Blog with Heart challenge.
  • Social Lender's Circle

    Social Lender's Circle

    2 members have lent $50 in 2 loans
    Category: Friends Team since: Nov, 2009
    We loan because: As we have witnessed over the last 2 years institutions which were suppose to give loans to needy were themselves lining up on Capitol Hill for huge Bailout loans. Lets try our best to BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN POVERTY AND…