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We loan because...
1) We wish to serve the global community by raising funds for microloans
2) We seek to educate ourselves and the local community about the effects of microcredit on global poverty
3) Kiva opens channels of professional development for participants interested in careers in microfinance
4) Kiva’s microlending program passes the Rotary 4-Way Test!

About us
Cal Rotaract is a community service club at UC Berkeley sponsored by the Rotary Club of Berkeley. Chartered in 2000, Cal Rotaract is one of eight Rotaract Clubs in Rotary District 5160, and is the largest University-based Rotaract Club on the West Coast.

Cal Rotaract is built upon 4 pillars: Service, Leadership, Fellowship, and Rotary. The club seeks to be a "Home Away From Home" for its members .

Location: University of California, Berkeley       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Mary Jane
    Philippines
    Mary Jane received a loan from Taylor to buy sacks of rice to sell for her business.
    Taylor
  • Emma
    Philippines
    Emma received a loan from Taylor to buy ingredients for her food production business.
    Taylor
  • Saktut
    Indonesia
    Saktut received a loan from Taylor to invest in a bulk purchase of rayon and cotton fabric.
    Taylor
  • Martha
    Liberia
    Martha received a loan from Taylor to buy more dried fish to sell.
    Taylor
  • Sukartini
    Indonesia
    Sukartini received a loan from Taylor to invest in a bulk purchase of silver and gemstones.
    Taylor
  • Luis
    Peru
    Luis received a loan from Taylor to buy silver in bulk.
    Taylor
  • Santodio
    Peru
    Santodio received a loan from Taylor to invest in a bulk purchase of clay.
    Taylor
  • Corey
    United States
    Corey received a loan from Cal Rotaract which helps a successful moving and landscaping company get updated equipment that is needed to keep growing.
    Cal Rotaract
  • Dameion
    United States
    Dameion received a loan from Cal Rotaract which helps an African American-owned business to strive to bring technology solutions to underserved communities.
    Cal Rotaract

Impact   Updated Hourly

7
Team Members
$30,000
Amount Funded
750
Loans
107.1
Loans per member