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We loan because...
We are rich in so many ways and know that empowering others to improve their lives is a good way to share our good fortune.

About us
We are a team of friends, and friends of friends with a common goal.
To provide resources for others less fortunate than ourselves to support them as they improve their lives and business'

Location: The World      

 

Latest Messages  

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

Team Activity

  • Andrew's Group
    Kenya
    Andrew's Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy cost efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season.
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  • Christina
    Solomon Islands
    Christina received a loan from Sylvia to buy canned foods, rice, flour, snacks and mixed goods for her general store.
    Sylvia
  • Emma
    Philippines
    Emma received a loan from Anita to buy additional sacks of old papers, cans, bottles, plastic, old steel and iron to sell.
    Anita
  • Gladys
    Kenya
    Gladys received a loan from SUE to buy cereals, such as corn and beans, to resell at a profit in order to meet the educational expenses of her children.
    SUE
  • Dilorom
    Tajikistan
    Dilorom received a loan from SUE to purchase cattle and expand milk production, which will bring a large income.
    SUE
  • Gulom
    Tajikistan
    Gulom received a loan from SUE to buy necessary construction materials in order to repair a roof and improve his living conditions.
    SUE
  • Begimay
    Kyrgyzstan
    Begimay received a loan from Emma to purchase dairy cows to increase her income from cattle breeding and milk sales.
    Emma
  • Women's Power Farmers Group
    Sierra Leone
    Women's Power Farmers Group received a loan from Jo H to pay for improved seeds, organic inputs, and tractor rental, which will allow this farmer to escape subsistence by farming a larger area with a higher yield.
    Jo H
  • Emelyn
    Philippines
    Emelyn received a loan from Edith to buy additional abaca fiber and other raw materials to make abaca cloth to sell.
    Edith

Impact   Updated Hourly

30
Team Members
$10,900
Amount Funded
425
Loans
14.2
Loans per member