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Creating a more equitable world takes a lot of time and energy, but at Kiva we’re in it for the long haul. 100% of money lent on Kiva goes to funding loans. That means we rely on donations from people like you to make this work possible. For a limited time, if you donate $35 or more, a $25 bonus will be added to your account (you’ll get an email once it’s there).
Premal Shah, President & Co-Founder, Kiva
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We loan because...
We loan because we want others to have the opportunity to make a better life for themselves and those around them.

About us
We are band from Arizona who have invited our fans to be Kiva lenders.

Location: Arizona       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

5 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Samete
    Kosovo
    Samete received a loan from for her to renovate the bathroom, change the tiles and other accessories for sanitary reasons.
    for her
    $1,050 to go
    Lend Now
  • Antonina
    Moldova
    Antonina received a loan from for her to purchase a boutique in the open-air market and goods for selling.
    for her
  • Expected Group
    Sierra Leone
    Expected Group received a loan from for her to pay for additional bags of rice and bags of sugar to sell.
    for her
  • Medhet
    Palestine
    Medhet received a loan from Robert to buy new types of poultry, feed and expand the farm.
    Robert
  • Mamie
    Liberia
    Mamie received a loan from My My to buy more charcoal to sell.
    My My
  • Neebnooma Group
    Burkina Faso
    Neebnooma Group received a loan from My My to buy bags of millet to make dolo (a traditional fermented drink) to resell.
    My My
  • Luzviminda
    Philippines
    Luzviminda received a loan from My My to buy ingredients for her food production business.
    My My
  • Alymkan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Alymkan received a loan from Monica to buy some livestock in order to increase the herd size.
    Monica
  • James
    Uganda
    James received a loan from Chris to buy more goats for rearing.
    Chris

Impact   Updated Hourly

131
Team Members
$43,000
Amount Loaned
1,646
Loans
12.6
Loans per member