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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

  • Primavera Group
    Paraguay
    Primavera Group received a loan from Jake to buy starch, cheese, eggs, condiments, and other products.
    Jake
  • Urwego Bank
    Rwanda
    Urwego Bank received a loan from Jake to quickly get money into the hands of women and other financially excluded groups to re-start their businesses and begin to recover from the effects of three months of lockdown.
    Jake
    $374,625 to go
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  • Zhyldyz
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zhyldyz received a loan from Jake to buy cows in order to increase her business income.
    Jake
  • Friendship Bridge
    Guatemala
    Friendship Bridge received a loan from Jake this Field Partner use technology to reach Guatemala women to provide loans, education, and health services during the crisis.
    Jake
    $12,650 to go
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  • Tony
    United States
    Tony received a loan from Jake which helps me to move in to a building large enough to use for practice and revenue.
    Jake
    $2,150 to go
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  • Santa Libarada Group
    Paraguay
    Santa Libarada Group received a loan from Jake to purchase hair dyes, nail polish and nail polish remover, hair rinses, shampoo and conditioner, alcohol, etc.
    Jake
    $3,575 to go
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  • Edesa
    Costa Rica
    Edesa received a loan from Jake to resume operations and serve borrowers whose livelihoods have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis in Costa Rica.
    Jake
    $169,975 to go
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  • Coop Norandino
    Peru
    Coop Norandino received a loan from Jake support organic-based cooperative members that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
    Jake
    $126,975 to go
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  • Acceso Colombia
    Colombia
    Acceso Colombia received a loan from 2 team members to improve incomes for farmers in war-torn areas of rural Colombia and ensure food security for Colombian citizens during COVID-19.
    Jake Pamela
  • Micrédito
    Nicaragua
    Micrédito received a loan from Jake to provide loans to 450 smallholder farmers, helping them feed themselves, their families, and the country during COVID-19.
    Jake
    $309,725 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

54
Team Members
$146,900
Amount Funded
5,493
Loans
101.7
Loans per member