Kiva Lending Team: DoSomething
We loan because...
DoSomething.org is the country’s largest not-for-profit for young people and social change. We have 1,666,208 members (and counting) who kick ass on causes they care about. Bullying. Animal cruelty. Homelessness. Cancer. The list goes on. DoSomething.org spearheads national campaigns so 13- to 25-year-olds can make an impact - without ever needing money, an adult, or a car. Over 2.4 million people took action through DoSomething.org in 2012. Why? Because apathy sucks.
99+ messages. Join the team to get in on the action!
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Phương received a loan from Marisa to buy construction materials and pay for labour to repair the old toilet.
Crediunión Group received a loan from Bruno to maintain her cacao parcel, to fertilize, weed and cut in order to improve her product and render a quality service to her customers so they are satisfied.
Destini received a loan from Jack which helps a small business grow and overcome the challenges posed by the COVID-19.
Sharon received a loan from Kelly to buy farm inputs in order to improve her harvest, earn more revenue from increased sales, and change her life.
Simusolar received a loan from Kelly to empower farmers and fishers in East Africa with increased incomes during COVID-19.$2,725 to goLend Now
Sgs Soluciones Patrimoniales received a loan from Kelly to rebuild operations and serve 1100+ rural families whose livelihoods have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis in Mexico.$116,450 to goLend Now
Urwego Bank received a loan from 2 team members to quickly get money into the hands of women and other financially excluded groups to re-start their businesses and begin to recover from the effects of three months of lockdown.
Impact Updated Hourly
Rankings Across All Teams
|#6 for New Users (All Time)|
Rankings In Youth Groups Category
|#1 for New Users (All Time)|
|#1 for New Users (This Month)|
|#1 for Amount Funded (All Time)|
|#4 for Amount Funded (This Month)|
|#2 for Amount Funded (Last Month)|
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