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We loan because...
The "Invisible Hand", as the original idea of Adam Smith envisioned, aims to foster the entrepreneurial spirit so that the individual “By pursuing his own interest he frequently promotes that of the society more effectually than when he really intends to promote it.” (1776, Wealth of Nations) Control of poverty and development of individual freedom, channeled through economic progress, are the societal goals we aim to promote. It is our belief that as we foster entrepreneurship, economic prosperity follows, more jobs are created, and poverty is reduced. Meanwhile the individual gains financial independence, an essential key to individual freedom. Neither reduction in poverty or individual freedom were the original goals of the entrepreneur, but they are the unintended consequences from which all of us benefit.

About us
Individuals who join this group want to increase FREEDOM in the world, primarily individual FREEDOM. We recognize that private property and economic development are the best mechanisms that society may offer to achieve this goal. It is our intention to help in this endeavor by promoting the closely linked entrepreneurship.

Location: Coral Gables, FL       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Nhung
    Vietnam
    Nhung received a loan from Mark to purchase sand, cement, brick, and equipment to build a toilet.
    Mark
  • Ma. Lourdes
    Philippines
    Ma. Lourdes received a loan from Mark to buy feed and vitamins for livestock.
    Mark
  • Narcisa
    Honduras
    Narcisa received a loan from Ian to buy feed for her pigs.
    Ian
  • Elsie
    United States
    Elsie received a loan from Derek (DEMA) which helps pay for permits, purchase inventory and supplies, update equipment and use as working capital for my business.
    Derek (DEMA)
  • Ibrohim
    Tajikistan
    Ibrohim received a loan from Sylvain to pay to pay his daughter’s tuition at the Medical University for a degree in gynecology.
    Sylvain
  • Angelica
    Uganda
    Angelica received a loan from jean to buy more clothes to resell for profit.
    jean
  • Miria
    Uganda
    Miria received a loan from jean miria to pay school fees for her children.
    jean
  • Sowedi
    Uganda
    Sowedi received a loan from jean to buy fishing gear and nets.
    jean
  • Elijah
    Uganda
    Elijah received a loan from jean to pay university tuition.
    jean
  • Patrick
    Uganda
    Patrick received a loan from jean to buy more farm inputs like fertilizer.
    jean
  • Herizoni
    Uganda
    Herizoni received a loan from jean to buy books, reams of papers,calculators and other scholastic materials to sell to his customers.
    jean

Impact   Updated Hourly

38
Team Members
$33,600
Amount Loaned
1,148
Loans
30.2
Loans per member