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We seek to support entrepreneurship in order to help local economies grow in a self-reliant and sustainable manner. As this fund grows, we will be able to help more people more substantially.

About us
Harrisonburg is known as a friendly city. Let's show the world how friendly we are through the power of micro loans!

Since we shattered our goal of $1000 dollars in 2019, let’s set the bar higher! Let’s go for $10,000 in total loans by the end of 2020!

Location: Harrisonburg       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Cesar Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Cesar Group received a loan from Ryan to buy twenty bags of detergent, five bags of sugar, ten bags of rice and ten containers of oil to boost her initial capital.
    Ryan
    $6,500 to go
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  • Kijito Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Kijito Group received a loan from Ryan to stock up with 20 crates of bralima drinks and 20 creates of brasimba drinks to strengthen her initial capital.
    Ryan
    $2,750 to go
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  • Nyota Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Nyota Group received a loan from Ryan to buy 70 pieces of pagnes [colorful cloth popular in West Africa], which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Ryan
  • Matumaini Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Matumaini Group received a loan from Ryan to buy two bags of corn flour and two bags of cassava flour, which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Ryan
  • Imrana
    Nigeria
    Imrana received a loan from Mattias Clymer to purchase improved inputs in order to get a good harvest and enhance living standards.
    Mattias Clymer
  • Cevi
    Philippines
    Cevi received a loan from Mattias Clymer to finance new loans for borrowers affected by the COVID-19 crisis and to support CEV's liquidity needs while they are unable to operate their business as usual.
    Mattias Clymer
  • Adam
    United States
    Adam received a loan from Mattias Clymer which helps pay my subcontractors moving forward.
    Mattias Clymer
  • Maria Carmen
    Ecuador
    Maria Carmen received a loan from Mattias Clymer to buy fish, containers, plantain chips, and yucca in order to prepare encebollados.
    Mattias Clymer

Impact   Updated Hourly

8
Team Members
$4,450
Amount Funded
165
Loans
20.6
Loans per member