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About us
Our team is a legacy in honour of Joan Butler (nee Carberry). Joan (also affectionately known as 'Nan') came to Canada from Nottingham,England as a War Bride. She raised 8 children under trying conditions. Despite many challenges, she was always able to extend comfort to others and set an extra plate even during times when there was little to share. She is a matriarch, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, caregiver, nurturer, and friend. Our team is composed of family, friends and admirers bound by our love for her. We participate in Kiva to demonstrate our love and respect as well as to honour her "spirit of generosity" and her continuing role in our lives.

Location: Ottawa, Canada      

 

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Team Activity

  • Muong Phang 74 Group
    Vietnam
    Muong Phang 74 Group received a loan from 3 team members to buy baby fish for raising, breeding and selling.
    Tony Tom Joan
    $1,050 to go
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  • Liem's Group
    Vietnam
    Liem's Group received a loan from ross to buy breeding chickens to raise.
    ross
  • Volonté Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Volonté Group received a loan from 4 team members buy 15 bundles of used clothes.
    Tony Lynn Tom David
  • Maria Hilda
    Peru
    Maria Hilda received a loan from David maria Hilda purchase chickens, potatoes, cooking oil, and other inputs for her business.
    David
  • Nenita
    Philippines
    Nenita received a loan from Louise to buy additional stock of groceries to sell.
    Louise
  • Huguka Ukore Group
    Rwanda
    Huguka Ukore Group received a loan from 4 team members to buy more inventory such as bananas, oranges, and passion fruit to sell to her community.
    Tony Joan Tom David
  • Marissa
    Philippines
    Marissa received a loan from 1 team members to buy additional items to sell such as sanitary pads, eggs, snack foods, biscuits, detergent soap, etc.
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  • St.joseph Busukuma School
    Uganda
    St.joseph Busukuma School received a loan from Tess to purchase a water filtration system to provide clean drinking water for its students.
    Tess

Impact   Updated Hourly

31
Team Members
$31,500
Amount Loaned
1,253
Loans
40.4
Loans per member

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