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We loan because...
45% of Native Americans living on reservations are living in poverty, are jobless, and struggle to create positive opportunities for their children.

About us
At GCCE we work with entreprenenuers from Native and indigenous communities - helping them build their enterprises and creating jobs and positive change for impoverished communities.

Location: American Southwest       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Friendship Bridge
    Guatemala
    Friendship Bridge received a loan from Matthew this Field Partner use technology to reach Guatemala women to provide loans, education, and health services during the crisis.
    Matthew
  • Chamroeun Microfinance
    Cambodia
    Chamroeun Microfinance received a loan from Matthew to provide emergency funds for 800 borrowers to purchase basic necessities and feed their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Matthew
  • Jose Vicente
    Ecuador
    Jose Vicente received a loan from 1 team members to buy natural products and some ingredients for making cakes.
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  • Maritza
    Mexico
    Maritza received a loan from Susan to buy tile for her house.
    Susan
  • Paige
    United States
    Paige received a loan from Susan which helps our woman owned cattle ranch open an all natural beef Burger stand to provide great food.
    Susan
  • Megan
    United States
    Megan received a loan from Susan which helps a women-owned business overcome the challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis.
    Susan
  • Twiyubake Tcb Group
    Rwanda
    Twiyubake Tcb Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more maize flour, rice and beans.
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  • Abatangana Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Abatangana Cb Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more beans, rice, and maize flour.
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  • Da
    Cambodia
    Da received a loan from Matthew to buy more brooms to resell.
    Matthew
  • Saida
    Tajikistan
    Saida received a loan from Matthew to purchase building materials and pay for workers in order to repair her house and make a comfort for her family.
    Matthew

Impact   Updated Hourly

17
Team Members
$5,350
Amount Funded
225
Loans
13.2
Loans per member