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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.

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Team Activity

  • Leidy Del Rosario
    Ecuador
    Leidy Del Rosario received a loan from 1 team members to buy computers and printers.
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  • Mwanasha
    Kenya
    Mwanasha received a loan from Tracy to purchase bundles of wheat flour, maize flour, tea leaves, and cooking fat.
    Tracy
  • Kanai
    Kyrgyzstan
    Kanai received a loan from 1 team members to buy some cows in order to increase the volume of organic milk sales.
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  • Anna
    Solomon Islands
    Anna received a loan from Jonathan to buy cartons of canned goods, bales of sugar, bags of rice, and cartons of corned beef for her general store.
    Jonathan
  • Naira
    Armenia
    Naira received a loan from Yui to have a proper medical exam to find out the reason why she feels so unhealthy.
    Yui
  • Luz
    Philippines
    Luz received a loan from Yui to purchase maintenance medicines.
    Yui
  • Lilian
    Solomon Islands
    Lilian received a loan from Jessica to buy for tractor hiring, gardening tools and labor cost for her farming.
    Jessica
  • Rosmeti
    Indonesia
    Rosmeti received a loan from Andrea to build a clean water source facility at her home to improve access to water for her family.
    Andrea
  • Tracey
    United States
    Tracey received a loan from 2 team members which helps increase our sales by purchasing inventory to service orders and doing in-store demos.
    Julie Rachel
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  • Aqsa
    Pakistan
    Aqsa received a loan from Haider to buy mobile accessories for her husband's mobile shop.
    Haider
  • Ramatu Women's Group
    Sierra Leone
    Ramatu Women's Group received a loan from Clarence to pay for improved seed, organic inputs and tractor rental which will allow these farmers to escape subsistence by farming a larger area with a higher yield.
    Clarence

Impact   Updated Hourly

16,402
Team Members
$444,175
Amount Loaned
17,533
Loans
1.1
Loans per member

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 New Users (Last Month)
#1 for Amount Loaned (All Time)
#2 for Amount Loaned (This Month)
#3 for Amount Loaned (Last Month)