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We loan because...
Our friend Jordy turned 28 and guilted us into it. You know, in like, a good way.

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The "Drive-by Facebook Happy Birthday" is kind of funny. I'd estimate that last year, about 20 people posted something like, "Fuckin' H.B., Dude! Yea!"

This year, you can post that kind message here...but it's going to cost you.

20 people x $10 per person ...see where I'm going with this?

The goal is $200. Guess what? I'm planning a trip to Africa for 2013 and Philice needs $200. So let's give it all to her: www.kiva.org/lend/389089

I realize that Kiva loans must be $25 or more. That's a little steep. So, if you don't want to donate that much, PayPal me (jordy.clements@gmail.com) or Dwolla me (812-735-3988) or mail me or hand me $10, and I will donated on your behalf.

If we don't get to the goal, I'll try to make up the difference, and if we do make it there, hey, maybe I'll give a little more. Plus, remember it's Kiva: YOU'RE PROBABLY GETTING ALL YOUR MONEY BACK.

And oh, by the way.

Thanks.

{see you next year}

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Team Activity

  • Hengompirenena
    Madagascar
    Hengompirenena received a loan from Milo to buy a variety of essential products.
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  • Alexander
    United States
    Alexander received a loan from Jordy which helps me stay open to continue to serve Oakland youth through climbing after this shut down.
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  • Dilafruz
    Tajikistan
    Dilafruz received a loan from 1 team members to purchase cattle and start a new business so that she can support her family.
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  • Farzonai
    Tajikistan
    Farzonai received a loan from 1 team members to buy a sewing machine and start a new business.
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  • Gavarbi
    Tajikistan
    Gavarbi received a loan from 1 team members to buy cattle to start a new business and improve her family's living conditions.
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  • Ugafode Microfinance
    Uganda
    Ugafode Microfinance received a loan from 1 team members to invest in technology to serve borrowers remotely and to continue operations including paying staff salaries during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

11
Team Members
$975
Amount Funded
36
Loans
3.3
Loans per member