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We are indie game developers -- people who make freeware or shareware games that aren't funded by large publishers. Please join if you're an indie developer or even if you just like playing indie games.

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Team Activity

  • Caroline
    Kenya
    Caroline received a loan from cliff a single mom to build modern farm and animal structures.
    cliff
  • Shifaa
    Palestine
    Shifaa received a loan from cliff to buy a solar system for her house to reduce the use of electricity and get hot water.
    cliff
  • Mercy
    Kenya
    Mercy received a loan from Celso to buy farm inputs such as seeds to improve her banana crop farm.
    Celso
  • Agnes
    Kenya
    Agnes received a loan from Celso to buy farm inputs, such as fertilizer and seeds, and improve her crop production, in order to sell the crops and use the increased profits to improve her standard of living.
    Celso
  • Miguel Angel
    Ecuador
    Miguel Angel received a loan from Celso to buy papayas, pineapples, limes, grapefruit, potatoes, peppers, etc.
    Celso
  • Haneen
    Jordan
    Haneen received a loan from Steve to buy clothes to sell in her home business.
    Steve
  • Mukarram
    Jordan
    Mukarram received a loan from Steve to buy equipment and more material for her beauty salon.
    Steve
  • Kuña Pora Group
    Paraguay
    Kuña Pora Group received a loan from Celso to buy drinks, bread, vegetables, and other products.
    Celso
  • Maximila
    Kenya
    Maximila received a loan from Celso to buy another dairy cow that she will use in improving her dairy farming business.
    Celso
  • Emprendedoras Katupyry Group
    Paraguay
    Emprendedoras Katupyry Group received a loan from Celso to buy ingredients to make the foods she sells, such as vegetables, bakery items, condiments, meat, greens, and other items.
    Celso

Impact   Updated Hourly

121
Team Members
$112,550
Amount Funded
4,041
Loans
33.4
Loans per member