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Join a Lending Team and get to know Kiva's vibrant community of active and inspiring lenders.
Lending Teams are self-organized groups where members connect with each other and rally around shared lending goals.
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- 28 members have lent $20,000 in 753 loansEverywhere Category: Friends Team since: Mar, 2011We loan because: the Lebanese Association for development - Al Majmoua is an independent, Non Profit Non Governmental Organization helping people to progress out of poverty no matter if they are locals or Palestinian refugees in the…
- 4 members have lent $19,950 in 727 loansCategory: Friends Team since: Jan, 2010
- 23 members have lent $19,750 in 583 loansChapel Hill, North Carolina Category: Friends Team since: Sep, 2008We loan because: We want to empower individuals to break the vicious cycle of poverty.
- 2 members have lent $19,275 in 763 loansBracken Ridge, Queensland, Australia Category: Friends Team since: Dec, 2011We loan because: we follow Jesus.
- 10 members have lent $19,175 in 735 loansSnohomish and many more pockets of good Category: Friends Team since: Nov, 2008We loan because: We want to encourage more ripple effects of goodness to reach far and wide.
- 54 members have lent $19,075 in 716 loansCategory: Friends Team since: May, 2010
- 3 members have lent $18,900 in 735 loansLas Vegas Category: Friends Team since: Feb, 2009We loan because: my Mum said I had to
- 3 members have lent $18,475 in 738 loansCategory: Friends Team since: Nov, 2008We loan because: we care
- 1 members have lent $18,125 in 361 loansSan Diego, California Category: Friends Team since: Apr, 2010We loan because: we read a book, Half the Sky, which inspired us to support microfinancing for women.
- 4 members have lent $18,100 in 627 loansCanada Category: Friends Team since: Mar, 2012We loan because: We believe in the multiplier effect of supplying capital to women - supporting a woman in opening or growing a business enables her to buy food and housing for her family, send her children to school, and contribute to…