Connect with Kiva's lender community

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!

Team Listing

34,969 lending teams in all categories
  • Thyme to Taste

    Thyme to Taste

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Yass, nsw, australia Category: Businesses Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: We believe all communities start with food and small business. We want to give a hand.
  • Festool Power Tool

    Festool Power Tool

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Fort Wayne IN Category: Businesses Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: Festool Power Tool
  • Team Polishuk

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    USA Category: Families Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: We believe in helping others around the world better themselves by having access to affordable financing. People who have the drive to better themselves and their families should be enabled to do so.
  • Fivties

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Munich Category: Friends Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: we care
  • Weil der Stadt

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Weil der Stadt / Germany Category: Local Area Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: Kiva is a fantastic way to help others
  • Saucy

    Saucy

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    United States Category: Businesses Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: To help those in need internationally. Part of the Free the Mind Foundation.
  • GLAM

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Texas & Colorado Category: Families Team since: Nov, 2016
    We loan because: We are the descendants of hard-working, blue collar immigrants who have experienced the power of individualism and entrepreneurship. We recognize that people deserve a chance and sometimes could use a helping hand...…