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We loan because...
Many members of the Indiana University community are interested in being proactive in the betterment of the well being of entrepreneurs around the globe. We believe that everyone should have access to credit in order to allow them to fulfill their dreams.

About us
Our team is open to all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and fans of Indiana University that are interested in micro-lending and creating a positive impact on individuals' lives.

Location: Bloomington, Indiana       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

7 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Nelsi Jina
    Ecuador
    Nelsi Jina received a loan from Deb to buy the supplies necessary to care for her crops, as well to buy merchandise of basic need and hygiene products.
    Deb
  • Luisinho
    Timor-Leste
    Luisinho received a loan from TMI to buy biscuits, noodles, sugar, and coffee for his kiosk.
    TMI
  • Christine
    Rwanda
    Christine received a loan from TMI to purchase more shoes for sale.
    TMI
  • El Pueblito Group
    Paraguay
    El Pueblito Group received a loan from TMI to buy drinks, breads, vegetables, meat and other products to sell.
    TMI
  • Dorian
    Moldova
    Dorian received a loan from Bill to supply sheep with fodder.
    Bill
  • Carlos Josue
    Peru
    Carlos Josue received a loan from Bill to purchase construction materials to have a secure house.
    Bill
  • Juan Carlos
    Peru
    Juan Carlos received a loan from Bill to buy a motorcycle taxi that will help him get from his home to his job.
    Bill
  • Johanna Marianela
    Ecuador
    Johanna Marianela received a loan from Bill to buy fragrances, creams, jewelry, and other products.
    Bill
  • Holger Anibal
    Ecuador
    Holger Anibal received a loan from Bill to buy tyres for his taxi and to service his vehicle.
    Bill
  • Raul
    Peru
    Raul received a loan from Bill to buy cattle to fatten and increase his production.
    Bill
  • Yeabu's Female Farmers Group
    Sierra Leone
    Yeabu's Female Farmers Group received a loan from Andrew to pay for improved seeds, organic inputs, and tractor rental, which will improve production and profitability.
    Andrew
  • Kepler
    Rwanda
    Kepler received a loan from 2 team members to provide stipends to 515 Rwandan students impacted by COVID-19 and related restrictions on universities.
    Bill Joe

Impact   Updated Hourly

123
Team Members
$55,100
Amount Funded
1,931
Loans
15.7
Loans per member