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About us
Jews for Social Action is a volunteer social justice group, working on programs supporting asylum seekers, Aboriginal literacy, people with a disability and the environment.

Location: Sydney, Australia      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Flavio
    Timor-Leste
    Flavio received a loan from Nic & Elaine to buy chickens to raise on his farm.
    Nic & Elaine
  • Jaime
    Timor-Leste
    Jaime received a loan from Nic & Elaine to buy more calves to raise and sell.
    Nic & Elaine
  • Celestina
    Timor-Leste
    Celestina received a loan from Nic & Elaine to buy fertilizer, vegetable seeds, and farming equipment.
    Nic & Elaine
  • 'ana
    Tonga
    'ana received a loan from Debbie to buy pandanus and mulberry for her weaving and tapa-making business, and also to help renovate their house.
    Debbie
  • Malohat
    Tajikistan
    Malohat received a loan from Heidi to buy mineral fertilizer for the summer planting season.
    Heidi
  • John
    Kenya
    John received a loan from Ern to buy a biodigester to cook with biogas and help the environment.
    Ern
  • James
    Kenya
    James received a loan from A to access premium seeds and high quality fertilizer for 1 acre of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing for increased productivity and profits.
    A
  • Coop Norandino
    Peru
    Coop Norandino received a loan from 2 team members support organic-based cooperative members that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
    Ari Ilana
  • Fifita
    Tonga
    Fifita received a loan from Anne to buy some mulberry for her business of making tapa (patterned cloth made from bark) in order to provide more to sell.
    Anne
  • Yaminah
    United States
    Yaminah received a loan from Sophie which helps overcome the challenges and unforeseen impact faced by COVID-19 crisis.
    Sophie
  • Caurie
    Senegal
    Caurie received a loan from Keren this Field Partner support groups of women in Senegal whose livelihoods have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
    Keren

Impact   Updated Hourly

40
Team Members
$46,900
Amount Funded
1,530
Loans
38.2
Loans per member