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We loan because...
"The greatest level, is to support a fellow by endowing him with a gift or loan, or entering into a partnership with him, or finding employment for him, in order to strengthen his hand until he need no longer be dependent upon others." - Maimonides' Eight Levels of Charity

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"If we donate only to Jewish causes or to individual Jews in need, we may stop seeing everyone as being equally created in God's image and therefore worthy of our help. After all, we are all members of one race, the human race." -- Rabbi Joseph Telushkin

About us
Jews and non-Jews from around the world who want to help improve the world, one step at a time.

Location: Around the World       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Sadokatoy
    Tajikistan
    Sadokatoy received a loan from Sam to buy more cattle in order to expand her business.
    Sam
  • Lea
    United States
    Lea received a loan from Ben which helps us offer people food sustainability, with little to no money down.
    Ben
  • Kulah
    Liberia
    Kulah received a loan from Ben to purchase soaps, creams, sprays, and other items to sell.
    Ben
  • Risolati
    Tajikistan
    Risolati received a loan from Ben to buy a computerized sewing machine to modernize her process and make more dresses in a shorter time.
    Ben
  • Sabira
    Kyrgyzstan
    Sabira received a loan from Tyler to buy dairy cows in order to increase her milk sales volume.
    Tyler
  • Rulia
    Samoa
    Rulia received a loan from 1 team members to buy bags of flour, sugar, a large frying pan, a new oven, cooking oil, and yeast.
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  • Selina
    Solomon Islands
    Selina received a loan from 1 team members to buy for rolls of fabrics, cotton, rubber bands, and zippers for her tailoring business.
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  • Siu
    Tonga
    Siu received a loan from 1 team members to buy mulberry for her tapa making business and also buy a fakapa tutu machine so that her work will be easier.
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    $1,075 to go
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  • Nancy
    Papua New Guinea
    Nancy received a loan from Paul to increase boost her tailoring sales.
    Paul
  • Nizar
    Palestine
    Nizar received a loan from Rich to buy a computer, desk, printer, and other tools needed for his office.
    Rich
  • Suhaib
    Palestine
    Suhaib received a loan from Rich to pay his educational fees to the university.
    Rich
  • Selena Cándida
    El Salvador
    Selena Cándida received a loan from Madeline to buy corn, beans, rice, sugar, toilet paper, soap, detergents, and other products to sell at her store.
    Madeline
    $575 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

450
Team Members
$354,800
Amount Funded
12,389
Loans
27.5
Loans per member

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