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We loan because...
This lending team comes from a global network of B4H Chapters. This enhances our networking, community, and even gloabal impact. This gives us more ways to connect and work together.

About us
Bicycles for Humanity is an international network whose primary activity is collecting disused bicycles and sending them to those that will make better use of them.

Please check out our website for much more. Join a local chapter or start a new one!

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Team Activity

  • Sogepal
    Mozambique
    Sogepal received a loan from Richard to purchase d.light solar lanterns that will be sold to rural customers in Mozambique.
    Richard
    $18,400 to go
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  • Ugafode Microfinance
    Uganda
    Ugafode Microfinance received a loan from 3 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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    $76,050 to go
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  • Shaymaa
    Palestine
    Shaymaa received a loan from Matthew to buy a sewing machine, yarns, silk, and fabrics for her work.
    Matthew
  • Justus
    Kenya
    Justus received a loan from 1 team members to buy goats and cows for selling.
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  • Adlai
    United States
    Adlai received a loan from Bryan which helps a family-owned bookstore in Pittsburgh return to business as a community hub.
    Bryan
  • Nancy
    Kenya
    Nancy received a loan from Bato to buy farming supplies such as certified seeds and high-nutrient fertilizers to improve her output.
    Bato
  • Jehad
    Palestine
    Jehad received a loan from Bato to buy seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides for his work.
    Bato
  • Consolata
    Kenya
    Consolata received a loan from Bato to buy quality farming inputs, such as certified seeds and nutrient-rich fertilizers, to improve her production.
    Bato
  • Eunice
    Kenya
    Eunice received a loan from Bato a disabled mom to buy farm inputs, such as fertilizer, to improve her corn crop farming.
    Bato

Impact   Updated Hourly

64
Team Members
$27,200
Amount Funded
870
Loans
13.6
Loans per member