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We loan because...
It's more blessed to give than to receive (but being Baptists somehow also engenders a keen interest in ensuring good stewardship of the £/$ we earn or give away)

About us
Kivans associated with a Baptist Church
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baptist

ps: (answer to questions) Photo is of my home church - Ponsonby Baptist in Auckland, New Zealand
www.ponsonbybaptist.org.nz

Location: Here for a short while but here to make a difference!      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Bladimir Dario
    Colombia
    Bladimir Dario received a loan from Alan & Valerie to purchase two large pots, an industrial stove with six burners, and a table.
    Alan & Valerie
  • Tiana Harisoa
    Madagascar
    Tiana Harisoa received a loan from Reg to purchase 20 kilos of raffia, 10 meters of fabric for lining and 70 handles for baskets.
    Reg
  • 01_Tpawa Group
    Senegal
    01_Tpawa Group received a loan from Chris to buy vegetables and various food products to resell.
    Chris
  • Judie Ferndale
    Philippines
    Judie Ferndale received a loan from Brook to purchase different kinds of medicines, vitamins, child and personal care products and many more items to sell.
    Brook
  • Grupo Guineales Salida Santo Tomas Group
    Guatemala
    Grupo Guineales Salida Santo Tomas Group received a loan from Chris to buy and sell traditional clothing like 'güipiles' [traditional loose-fitting, intricately woven tunics], 'fajas' [sashes] and 'cortes' [skirts].
    Chris
  • Faalagilagi
    Samoa
    Faalagilagi received a loan from James Barron to buy a freezer, boxes of twisties, chicken, tinned fish, vegetable oil, milk and sausage, and sacks of flour, sugar and rice.
    James Barron
  • Avefua
    Samoa
    Avefua received a loan from James Barron to buy banana tube, taro roots, chemicals, a wheelbarrow, water tank, hand gloves, rake, shovel, and spade.
    James Barron
  • Lusiane
    Samoa
    Lusiane received a loan from James Barron to buy a bingo machine, a box of paper bingo forms, a box of ink bottles, a table, and chairs.
    James Barron
  • Malia Koleti
    Samoa
    Malia Koleti received a loan from James Barron to buy a banana tube, taro roots, a wheelbarrow, a water tank, hand gloves, a rake, a shovel, chemicals, a spade, a hoe, and fertilizer.
    James Barron
  • John
    Tanzania
    John received a loan from Alan & Valerie to purchase wholesale sunflower seeds from 60 female farmers, allowing them to stockpile and extend production, utilizing their new machines at capacity of pressing 8 tons/day.
    Alan & Valerie

Impact   Updated Hourly

48
Team Members
$55,500
Amount Funded
2,014
Loans
42.0
Loans per member