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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.

Dallas
United States
A loan of $8,000 helps start a podcast that will explore and challenge the concept of beliefs and giving. Read more
Tiffany
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps with the merchandise printing cost and marketing of books being published under Harlem Westside Publishing. Read more
Melanie
United States
A loan of $3,000 helps restock inventory for my relaunch, boost marketing and purchase promotional merchandise. Read more
Kerry
United States
A loan of $3,500 helps to fund necessary equipment purchases, higher quality wax and scent supplies, space rental and partnership with local ceramics and glass artists, enabling me to reach a greater customer base and create truly unique items for my candle business. Read more
Stephanie
United States
A loan of $5,000 helps this woman-owned event planning company establish its brand and buy a PA system and supplies for its first public events. Read more
Kristen
United States
A loan of $8,500 helps produce and purchase inventory, boost my advertising and gain working capital for my business. Read more
Lindsayann
United States
A loan of $4,500 helps to purchase equipment for recording live video lessons, purchasing of editing software, and an accessible portal for families to log in and engage in live lessons, and lastly, pay instructors to create/teach the lessons. Read more
Yolindi
United States
A loan of $9,500 helps me to upgrade to a commercial sewing machine and Serger needed for faster sewing, boost marketing campaigns and increase stock levels. Read more
Emily
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps to jump start a dreamy new apparel brand and textile collective in Portland, Oregon. Read more
Ebonique
United States
A loan of $5,000 helps acquire printing equipment needed to produce clothing and boost our social media presence. Read more
Mamadou
United States
A loan of $6,000 helps a business that opened this summer to purchase winter inventory. Read more
Jason
United States
A loan of $6,500 helps us have capital on hand to maintain payroll and the purchase of materials for larger projects with multiple phases. Read more
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