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We loan because...
Our family foundation strives to fund programs and people where our contribution is not "a drop in the bucket" but instead has a significant impact on the recipient and the outcome. Kiva both provides access to projects where our contribution substantially or completely funds an initiative, and allows each of our trustees to make contributions based on their own particular interests.




About us
We're a family foundation. Our foundation provides our family members - scattered worldwide - with a channel for bonding and sharing ideas, while doing some good in the world.

Location: Stanford, CA      

 

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Team Activity

  • Michgona
    Tajikistan
    Michgona received a loan from Edward to purchase goods, to expand activities and to diversify the range of goods.
    Edward
  • Marie
    Albania
    Marie received a loan from Edward to pay for some working lands and planting expenses, for the winter season vegetables, like lettuce, cabbage and leeks so she will be able to provide an income for her family.
    Edward
  • Shirinkan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Shirinkan received a loan from Janet to buy cattle for increasing income from cattle breeding.
    Janet
  • Daniel
    Kenya
    Daniel received a loan from Carol to buy stock of maize flour, rice, sugar, milk, cereals etc. for selling.
    Carol
  • San Blas Group
    Paraguay
    San Blas Group received a loan from Edward to purchase pins, thimbles, measuring tapes, fabrics, buttons, etc.
    Edward
  • Maria Ramona
    Ecuador
    Maria Ramona received a loan from Edward to invest in nail polish, cotton, alcohol, and nail files, among other materials.
    Edward
  • Samuel
    Kenya
    Samuel received a loan from Sheri to buy a second-hand motorcycle that will help him expand his business.
    Sheri
  • William
    Uganda
    William received a loan from Edward to diversify his income sources by restocking his retail shop.
    Edward
  • Jetypeka Group
    Paraguay
    Jetypeka Group received a loan from Sheri to refinance her debt and to buy a variety of clothes to sell.
    Sheri

Impact   Updated Hourly

7
Team Members
$33,125
Amount Funded
1,248
Loans
178.3
Loans per member