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We loan because...
"There is no genuine conversion to the love of God without conversion to the love of neighbor and, therefore, to the demands of justice. [...] Christian salvation consists in an undivided love of the Father and of the neighbor and of justice. Since evangelization is proclamation of that faith which is made operative in love of others, the promotion of justice is indispensable to it." - Decree 4, General Congregation 32

About us
Individuals positively influenced and inspired by the Ignatian charism, whether as a Jesuit, a volunteer, someone interested in Ignatian spirituality, or alumni/alumnae of Jesuit high schools, colleges and universities.

Location: "Our home is the open road" - Jeronimo Nadal      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Kalsada
    Philippines
    Kalsada received a loan from Cristina to purchase fair-trade coffee from 290 Filipino smallholder farmers, boosting their incomes by 60%.
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    $650 to go
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  • Porfirio Antonio
    Colombia
    Porfirio Antonio received a loan from 1 team members to buy a group of pigs and food to fatten them, which will give him the tools to work for his beloved family.
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  • Huda
    Jordan
    Huda received a loan from Michael and Victoria to buy a new sewing machine to continue sewing and providing for her children.
    Michael and Victoria
  • Elda Patricia
    Honduras
    Elda Patricia received a loan from ed & theresa mcnamara to buy sacks of rice, corn and beans, cleaning products, flour, lard, sugar and more, such as beauty products to sell during the Christmas season.
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  • Shola
    United States
    Shola received a loan from ed & theresa mcnamara to print the newest editions of Xceptional Teen Magazine, boost our visibility and empower teen writers.
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  • Milagro Del Carmen
    El Salvador
    Milagro Del Carmen received a loan from 1 team members to buy an industrial metal griddle for her tortillas business.
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  • José María
    El Salvador
    José María received a loan from 1 team members to buy pesticides and fertilizers to maintain his parcel of land and ensure a good corn harvest.
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  • Obdulio
    El Salvador
    Obdulio received a loan from 1 team members to purchase hay to bake the bricks, and thus have sufficient product to cover the orders that his customers have placed.
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  • Manuel De Jesus
    Honduras
    Manuel De Jesus received a loan from 1 team members to buy materials including nylon and cloth threads to make hammocks to sell.
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  • Antonia
    Honduras
    Antonia received a loan from 1 team members to buy raw materials wholesale, such as corn, firewood, bags and lime to make the tortillas she sells.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

36
Team Members
$27,375
Amount Loaned
890
Loans
24.7
Loans per member