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1,841 lending teams in the "Other" category
  • Agorahaze.com

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Global Category: Other Team since: May, 2009
    We loan because: We believe in empowering people out of poverty and inspiring others to do likewise.
  • CanHope

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Ontario- Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: The action of loan is a great bridge building act. My Canhope team and I believe loaning starts with hopeful canadians who are intelligent , wishing other folks can become successful aborad and in canada too; Through…
  • Lean Forward

    4 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Los Angeles Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: We care
  • PRPIRULINOS

    PRPIRULINOS

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    USA Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: We Care!



  • Joy Bangla

    5 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Bangladesh Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: Want to help the poor
  • Turn Phones into Loans

    Turn Phones into Loans

    4 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Texas Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: Hi all,

    I'm excited to present you with a program that celebrates the last two Nobel Peace Prize concepts: environment and microfinance. Electronic waste like cell phones pollute the environment (up…
  • Baliktatap

    Baliktatap

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Romblon Philippines Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: school for the poor and homeless
  • COR

    COR

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Raleigh, NC Category: Other Team since: Apr, 2009