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We loan because...
we care. We loan because we can. We loan because we want to help other micro-entrepreneurs & because so many of us understand the struggles one must face when trying to get a small business off the ground.

About us
This group is for buyers, sellers, friends and fans of Etsy.com, the online marketplace for all things handmade. We love art, crafts, design and DIY! PLEASE NOTE: we are not sponsored by or endorsed by the staff or owners of Etsy.com. Just enthusiast fans of the site!

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Team Activity

  • Ugafode Microfinance
    Uganda
    Ugafode Microfinance received a loan from VuVu to invest in technology to serve borrowers remotely and to continue operations including paying staff salaries during the COVID-19 crisis.
    VuVu
    $120,400 to go
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  • Ion
    Moldova
    Ion received a loan from Jacob for planting watermelon seeds, drippers and film, for the greenhouse.
    Jacob
  • Isidro
    Paraguay
    Isidro received a loan from Jacob to buy a refrigerator.
    Jacob
  • San Isidro Group
    Paraguay
    San Isidro Group received a loan from jackie to purchase vegetables, baked goods, condiments, meats, chicken, produce and more.
    jackie
  • Prosperas Group
    Brazil
    Prosperas Group received a loan from Meara to buy fabrics, threads, and other supplies needed for her business.
    Meara
  • Shahlo
    Tajikistan
    Shahlo received a loan from Meara to purchase cattle and start a business.
    Meara
  • Yiseth De Jesus
    Colombia
    Yiseth De Jesus received a loan from Deanne to buy her own motorcycle for her business so she can deliver to homes.
    Deanne
  • Jibu
    Uganda
    Jibu received a loan from Lori increase delivery of safe drinking water to customers under COVID-19 lockdowns.
    Lori
  • Gilda
    Guatemala
    Gilda received a loan from 1 team members to invest in a bulk purchase of silver and jade and polishing supplies, and also hire additional artisans for the workshop.
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  • Jenny De La Cruz
    Nicaragua
    Jenny De La Cruz received a loan from 1 team members jenny to expand her recycling business employing 11 people.
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  • Fidelite Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Fidelite Group received a loan from 1 team members to stock up on groceries (tomatoes, flour, charcoal, oil, beans and seasonings), which will build up her initial capital.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

209
Team Members
$76,500
Amount Funded
2,659
Loans
12.7
Loans per member