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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

  • Milagros
    Philippines
    Milagros received a loan from Aimee to buy additional stock of her products like candies, detergents, condiments, bread, frozen goods etc.
    Aimee
    $950 to go
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  • Stella
    Kenya
    Stella received a loan from Jordan Heron to buy farm inputs, such as high-quality seeds and nutrient-rich fertilizer, to help a single mom greatly improve her farm yield and income.
    Jordan Heron
  • Nhường
    Vietnam
    Nhường received a loan from Sharon to purchase sand, cement, bricks and equipment to build a toilet.
    Sharon
  • Sweet Mother Group
    Ghana
    Sweet Mother Group received a loan from Gaylin to purchase more ingredients for the production of local dishes to meet customer demand.
    Gaylin
  • Maria
    Samoa
    Maria received a loan from Gaylin to buy a new fishing canoe, a large cooler, a chest freezer, hooks, baits, flippers and new goggles.
    Gaylin
  • Yellow Leaf Hammocks
    Thailand
    Yellow Leaf Hammocks received a loan from Gaylin to create more employment opportunities for marginalized artisans in rural Thailand.
    Gaylin
  • Delly
    Congo (DRC)
    Delly received a loan from Jordan Heron to buy equipment for her house.
    Jordan Heron
  • Musu
    Liberia
    Musu received a loan from Aimee to purchase more Lappa (wrapper), dry pepper, and other items to sell and expand her business and to help her family’s financial situation.
    Aimee
  • Korto
    Liberia
    Korto received a loan from Aimee to purchase more cabbages and oranges to sell.
    Aimee
  • Sidbewendin Léon
    Burkina Faso
    Sidbewendin Léon received a loan from Aimee to buy 300 watermelons, 3 cartons of apples, 30 sacks of potatoes and a tub of yams, and to save to pay her children's school fees.
    Aimee
  • Ana Francisca
    El Salvador
    Ana Francisca received a loan from Gaylin to buy a stove and corn, to prepare and sell tortillas.
    Gaylin

Impact   Updated Hourly

14
Team Members
$14,975
Amount Funded
584
Loans
41.7
Loans per member