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We loan because...
As we learn about the nonprofit sector and nonprofit management, we seek to set an example of participating in the social business model.

About us
Past and present nonprofit management program students at Johns Hopkins University and their family and friends contributing to the concept of social business.

Location: Washington DC      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Denise
    United States
    Denise received a loan from Sharon to pay for a new roof, which will greatly improve the safety and security of Denise's home.
    Sharon
  • La Bendicion : Grupo 5 Group
    Dominican Republic
    La Bendicion : Grupo 5 Group received a loan from Sharon to buy merchandise to stock her store like food goods, rice, meat, sauces, juice, flour, milk, canned goods, oil, etc.
    Sharon
  • Thu
    Vietnam
    Thu received a loan from Milena to build a latrine to improve the health of her family.
    Milena
  • Gentrix
    Kenya
    Gentrix received a loan from Leana to purchase farming inputs, such as hybrid seeds, to boost the quality of her corn farming to earn more profits and elevate her standard of living.
    Leana
  • Farooq
    Pakistan
    Farooq received a loan from Leana for school construction.
    Leana
  • Crediconfianza Group
    Peru
    Crediconfianza Group received a loan from JHU to prune, clear, and get out the weeds from the cacao plot to have better income.
    JHU
  • Umucyo Group
    Rwanda
    Umucyo Group received a loan from JHU to expand her canteen by purchasing more soda, milk, tea, bread, bananas, etc. to sell.
    JHU
  • Evelin Ofelia
    Guatemala
    Evelin Ofelia received a loan from JHU to buy consumables and equipment to enlarge her stall.
    JHU
  • Soeng
    Cambodia
    Soeng received a loan from JHU to purchase farmland.
    JHU
  • Sara Abigaíl
    El Salvador
    Sara Abigaíl received a loan from JHU to buy perfumes and cosmetics to sell.
    JHU

Impact   Updated Hourly

56
Team Members
$1,850
Amount Funded
71
Loans
1.3
Loans per member