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We loan because...
John Burroughs School emphasizes the importance of giving back to others. Loaning to independent businesses in other less affluent countries is our way of helping not only the community but also the rest of the world.

About us
The John Burroughs Team loves loaning to striving businesses. We are all very aware of the conditions of other countries and aim to support their entrepreneurial interests.

Location: St. Louis       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Damaris
    Kenya
    Damaris received a loan from Raveena to purchase farming inputs such as fertilizer and hybrid seeds to help a single mom boost the quality of her horticulture produce, earn more profits, and elevate her life.
    Raveena
  • Raema's Group
    Kenya
    Raema's Group received a loan from Raveena to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize, as well as a solar light.
    Raveena
  • Nibaal
    Palestine
    Nibaal received a loan from Raveena to perform some yearly maintenance for her greenhouse in order to grow and provide off-season products.
    Raveena
  • Huda
    Palestine
    Huda received a loan from Raveena to build a greenhouse to grow and provide off-season products.
    Raveena
  • Yusmeri Milixa
    Ecuador
    Yusmeri Milixa received a loan from Raveena to establish a business selling groceries such as rice, oil, sugar, milk, salt, noodles, and other products.
    Raveena
  • Aigul
    Kyrgyzstan
    Aigul received a loan from Raveena to buy livestock in order to increase her income from livestock breeding.
    Raveena
  • Mairamkul
    Kyrgyzstan
    Mairamkul received a loan from James to buy some cattle to increase her income from cattle breeding.
    James
  • Patricia Lorena
    Ecuador
    Patricia Lorena received a loan from Douglas to buy a dairy cow, animal feed, vitamins, and anti-parasitics.
    Douglas
  • Mukarram
    Kyrgyzstan
    Mukarram received a loan from Douglas to buy horses to participate in the national game Kok Boru and to increase her livestock headcount.
    Douglas
  • Gulira
    Kyrgyzstan
    Gulira received a loan from Douglas to buy dairy cows to increase her headcount of cattle and sales of organic milk.
    Douglas

Impact   Updated Hourly

102
Team Members
$292,925
Amount Funded
11,668
Loans
114.4
Loans per member

Rankings In Schools Category

#5 for Amount Funded (All Time)