Kiva Lending Team: IMPAQ Colleagues, Friends, & Family
We loan because...
We believe women entrepreneurs have the power to lift up their families, communities, and countries.
**Please note: There is a technical issue on Kiva preventing loan amounts & lending activity from updating on this team page. Rest assured funds are still being tracked by Kiva and will be matched by IMPAQ. Kiva hopes to have the display issue fixed soon so we can all see our impact. (It's not $0!)
We are colleagues, friends, and family of IMPAQ, supporting women entrepreneurs in honor of International Women's Day - March 8, 2020.
An entrepreneurial mindset made our company possible, and it is what continues to drive our growth and success. It is in this spirit that we are supporting women entrepreneurs through Kiva's micro-lending platform.
This effort is organized and led by Lisa Habersack as part of IMPAQ's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative. IMPAQ has generously offered to match all dollars contributed with a donation to Kiva.org.
To get started: create a Kiva profile (it's fast & easy!), join this team, and lend to any entrepreneur of your choice. By joining this team, your contribution will be tracked for IMPAQ's donation matching purposes. Please be sure to select this team name when submitting your loan.
Thank you for joining this special effort!
Location: United States Team website
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Juan received a loan from Evan which helps us get better equipment to cook and promotional material to reach more audience.
Leticia Adalí received a loan from Evan to buy agricultural products to grow staple crops and buy natural medicines to sell.
Octavio received a loan from Evan to buy manure and insecticides and to pay labourers to fumigate, and thereby improve production.
Xochil Del Carmen received a loan from Jennifer to buy notebooks, pencils, pens, glue, scissors, silicone adhesive, rulers, body lotion, and perfume.
Prima received a loan from 1 team members to purchase items like canned goods and personal care products to sell in her store.
Eric received a loan from 2 team members to provide clean drinking water access and employment in Northern Rwanda.
Mujeres Kuña Guapa Group received a loan from 2 team members to buy a variety of flavors of ice-cream.
Amigos De Maua Group received a loan from Julia to buy a new dryer, combs, clips and dyes in general.
Genelyn received a loan from Mia to buy items to sell like canned goods, personal care products, etc. to sell in her general store.
Suyapa Del Carmen received a loan from Lucy to invest in the repair and maintenance of the motor that she uses for fishing.
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