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1,523 lending teams in the "Schools" category
  • KW Schools

    KW Schools

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Kenyon, Minnesota Category: Schools Team since: Oct, 2010
    We loan because: It's the right thing to do.
  • Oregon School District

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Southern Wisconsin Category: Schools Team since: Oct, 2010
    We loan because: We share.....because we care. :)
  • som

    som

    3 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Noida Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2010
    We loan because: i am a student and i need it to continue my study.
  • Montagne Advisory

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Palo Alto Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2010
    We loan because: ...we want to support entrepreneurs who are taking risks that will make a difference
  • Roger-Comtois

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Quebec Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2010
    We loan because: We are a entrepreneur class. We belive others in the world can have access to microcredit.
  • Sturgeon Students

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Gibbons/Namao Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2010
    We loan because: It gives us a chance to do something for somebody else; to be part of something bigger than ourselves.
  • Madwsindia Groups

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Sahara Christian Academy (School) Joshiyara Uttarkashi Uttrakhand-249193 -India Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2010
    We loan because: Educational Project
  • Geelong Grammar School

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Melbourne Australia Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2010
    We loan because: the year 1s were able to raise funds from a cake sale and then on-loan those funds to Kiva entrepreneurs.