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We loan because...
We seek to promote change through community service. We recognize that our community is part of the rest of the world

About us
The 65th Street Change Gang is a neighborhood manifestation of hope and change. Our members, who live primarily in north Seattle, Washington, many on or near NE 65th Street, are a diverse, bipartisan group of many ages and backgrounds, who have been inspired to come together to promote change. Anyone anywhere who wants to help change the lives of those less fortunate is welcome to join the lending team.

Location: Seattle, WA      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Gabriel
    Kenya
    Gabriel received a loan from Pamela to help buy a big water tank to store water in.
    Pamela
    $700 to go
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  • Cedro Alto
    Colombia
    Cedro Alto received a loan from Catherine improve incomes for coffee farmers in post-conflict regions in Colombia.
    Catherine
  • Under Jesus Group
    Ghana
    Under Jesus Group received a loan from Pamela to buy more rice, cooking oil, biscuits, soft drinks, tomatoes, onions, and other ingredients for the production of local dishes to meet the demand of her customers.
    Pamela
  • Urumuri Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Urumuri Cb Group received a loan from Pamela to buy more fish for her business to meet customer demand.
    Pamela
  • Ahmed
    Jordan
    Ahmed received a loan from Pamela to introduce new sweets to his bakery to give his community something new to taste.
    Pamela
    $2,350 to go
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  • Mona
    Israel
    Mona received a loan from Joanna to remodel and upgrade the day care and ‎the outside play area.
    Joanna
  • Jose
    Guatemala
    Jose received a loan from Pamela to invest in a bulk purchase of wood and paint.
    Pamela
  • Jesus Leonardo
    Honduras
    Jesus Leonardo received a loan from Pamela to buy bags of grapes, bananas, apples, melons, watermelons, tangerines, mango, lemon, oranges, kiwi, guava, avocado, papaya, and pineapple.
    Pamela
  • Aizat
    Kyrgyzstan
    Aizat received a loan from Alexandra to buy dairy cows to increase sales of organic milk and income from breeding livestock.
    Alexandra

Impact   Updated Hourly

55
Team Members
$143,050
Amount Funded
5,356
Loans
97.4
Loans per member