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Kiva U.S.

Small businesses create 2 out of every 3 new jobs in the U.S. Support financially excluded and socially impactful borrowers with these 0% interest loans.

Phoebe
United States
A loan of $10,000 helps a Kiva loan helps pay for co-manufacturing, packaging, and logistics costs required for expansion to nationwide online sales. Read more
Jennifer
United States
A loan of $4,000 helps me continue to grow my business to help more couples conceive healthy babies. Read more
Lakisha
United States
A loan of $4,500 helps us move into new commercial kitchen space, help us with bulk inventory and rebranding/marketing. Read more
Tina
United States
A loan of $10,000 helps in restocking ingredients, hiring bakers, and with sales and marketing. Read more
Omar
United States
A loan of $8,000 helps helps me update equipment for my Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy where I don’t only teach martial arts but also help kids and adults deal with stress, depression and overall health. Read more
Raejeena
United States
A loan of $7,000 helps expand my Fruit youth enrichment program, that will assist in growing my small business into a fruity franchise! Read more
Samantha
United States
A loan of $10,000 helps a female owned dog daycare open on Madison's east side. Read more
Delandia
United States
A loan of $6,500 helps aid in paying my marketing team to market the software we have developed for the healthcare sector. Marketing efforts include ads on social platforms, website branding, and recorded content for TV & YouTube. Read more
Ann
United States
A loan of $10,000 helps the Saint George River Cafe expand retail sales during the winter; to keep staff employed, and the cafe warm and cooking during the coldest months in Maine. Read more
Esteban
United States
A loan of $4,000 helps launch my business cleaning commercial grade kitchen exhaust systems in restaurants, hospitals, and other dinning facilities. Read more
David
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps upgrade and obtain new equipment to increase business capacity statewide and nationally. Read more
Billie
United States
A loan of $8,000 helps purchase needed necessities so that I may sustain and expand my business. Read more
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