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We loan because...
We loan for a variety of reasons. Some of us loan to share what we have. Some of us loan to make the impossible seem more possible to others. And some of us loan because someone loaned to us in the past and now we're paying it forward.

About us
"Cadeau Geven" is Dutch for "to give" or "to donate." We are a group of like-minded friends and, at times, family by choice rather than by birth, blood, or marriage.

Location: United States      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Christine
    Cameroon
    Christine received a loan from Aimee to buy sacks of maize and other cereals for reselling.
    Aimee
  • Rakhi
    India
    Rakhi received a loan from Aimee to purchase more raw materials like milk, sugar etc., which will allow her to expand her sweet making business.
    Aimee
  • Roseta
    Samoa
    Roseta received a loan from Aimee loan to buy a new sewing machine, thread, needles, a measuring tape, a new pair of scissors and material.
    Aimee
  • Sau
    Vietnam
    Sau received a loan from Jordan Heron to invest in raising cows for sale to have additional income to cover daily costs and save for a better life.
    Jordan Heron
  • Gabriel
    Kenya
    Gabriel received a loan from Gaylin to buy more stock of tomatoes.
    Gaylin
  • Magda
    Egypt
    Magda received a loan from Aimee to buy more clothing, bridal bedding, and blankets.
    Aimee
  • Marie
    Madagascar
    Marie received a loan from Aimee to buy milk for cheese making, two piglets and feed.
    Aimee
  • Elvis Nelson
    Nicaragua
    Elvis Nelson received a loan from Gaylin to establish new cacao areas with which he will be able to improve the family earnings.
    Gaylin
  • Mesilianne
    Haiti
    Mesilianne received a loan from Aimee to buy groceries (milk, sugar, tomato paste, oil).
    Aimee
  • Naomi
    Kenya
    Naomi received a loan from Aimee to purchase cement, wire mesh, nails and a wheelbarrow.
    Aimee
  • Candy Vitalina
    El Salvador
    Candy Vitalina received a loan from Gaylin to buy plantains, milk, rice, sugar and oil to produce and sell empanadas.
    Gaylin

Impact   Updated Hourly

15
Team Members
$11,025
Amount Loaned
429
Loans
28.6
Loans per member