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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  

88 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Ashish
    India
    Ashish received a loan from Pamela to invest in a bulk purchase of wool felt and felting needles, as well as bring on additional artisans to his workshop.
    Pamela
    $675 to go
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  • Leonid
    Armenia
    Leonid received a loan from Catherine to pay for the solar water heating system, that is pictured, and its installation.
    Catherine
  • Elka's Group
    Tanzania
    Elka's Group received a loan from Catherine to buy cost-efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season.
    Catherine
  • Óscar René
    El Salvador
    Óscar René received a loan from Catherine to pay for labor to maintain the parcel of land on which he has planted basic grains.
    Catherine
  • Sector 9 Group
    Guatemala
    Sector 9 Group received a loan from Jake to buy more chickens and to restock the shelves of her convenience store.
    Jake
  • An
    Vietnam
    An received a loan from Jake to buy sand, cement, bricks and equipment to build a new toilet.
    Jake
  • Abdul  Razzaq
    Pakistan
    Abdul Razzaq received a loan from Jake to purchase furniture for the school.
    Jake
  • Mariam
    Lebanon
    Mariam received a loan from Jake to repair her coffee shop.
    Jake
  • San Ramon Group
    Paraguay
    San Ramon Group received a loan from Ruth Neuwald to purchase items such as vegetables, baked goods, meat and dairy products.
    Ruth Neuwald
  • Leva
    Tonga
    Leva received a loan from Pamela to renovate their fishing net and also buy pandanus for her weaving business.
    Pamela
  • Zamkhuben
    India
    Zamkhuben received a loan from Pamela to purchase quality seeds, fertilizer, water pipes, etc., and expand her agricultural business.
    Pamela

Impact   Updated Hourly

55
Team Members
$140,200
Amount Funded
5,245
Loans
95.4
Loans per member