Kiva Lending Team: Helping Heroes (Peak Sales Recruiting) - supporting single mother business owners in developing countries.
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Our lending team supports single mother business owners in developing countries (could there be any larger challenge?)
At Peak, we believe in karma. Many people have helped us along the way to becoming successful and we give back not only because it’s the right thing to do, but because we want to return some of the good fortune we’ve been given.
To help even out the cosmic balance, we make a point of contributing to the community, giving our time, energy and resources to those in need. And we help because we can and we hope our efforts will inspire others to do their own giving back.
Whether the recipients are underprivileged youth or aspiring entrepreneurs, everyone at Peak is passionate about lending a hand whenever they can.
People who have the courage to start their own businesses, support themselves, employ others and contribute to their community are our heroes!
We are a group of people that share and live by a special set of core values—at work and at play. We value integrity, focus, discipline, achievement and generosity so we give a helping hand to others as much and as often as we can.
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One Acre Fund received a loan from Brent one Acre Fund farmers in Tanzania access seeds and supplies on credit to help them feed themselves, their families and their communities.$124,425 to goLend Now
Mediatrice received a loan from Brent to purchase a delivery van to better reach and serve the growing population in the area.
Timothy received a loan from Brent to purchase a delivery van to better reach and serve the growing population in the area.
Peter received a loan from Brent to purchase a bigger delivery van to reach the faster growing population in the area.
Kulkao received a loan from Brent to increase yields of 1,000 indigenous organic cocoa farmers and provide jobs to workers from rural, low-income communities.
Victoria received a loan from Currie Family to buy vegetables, canned goods, meat, dairy products, and other products.
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