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We loan because...
Capital and business make the world go round; trade is a stabilizing force. Offering non-usurious loans to help people start businesses to provide others with goods and services they need or want is what capitalism is all about. We are all proud capitalists, and some of us are even unrepentant.

About us
Free markets, free minds. Hayek, Mises, Friedman.

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Team Activity

  • Sinan
    Cambodia
    Sinan received a loan from Todd Myers to buy fertilizers, soils and cassava seed to use in her farm.
    Todd Myers
  • Anatu
    Ghana
    Anatu received a loan from Michel to buy food in bulk for her business so she can increase her profit margin.
    Michel
  • Eunice
    Malawi
    Eunice received a loan from Michel to buy more chicks and chicken feed to boost her business.
    Michel
  • Martha
    Malawi
    Martha received a loan from Michel to buy additional bales of secondhand clothes to sell in her community.
    Michel
  • Margarida
    Timor-Leste
    Margarida received a loan from Michel to buy more manure, fertilizer and some new farming equipment in order to increase her farming productivity.
    Michel
  • Alelie Grace
    Philippines
    Alelie Grace received a loan from Michel to buy fishing materials, fishing nets, tackle, and gasoline for her boat.
    Michel
  • Marivic
    Philippines
    Marivic received a loan from Michel to purchase additional fruits, vegetables and ingredients to make food to cook.
    Michel
  • Joncarlo
    United States
    Joncarlo received a loan from 1 team members which helps a small regenerative farm feed their community during the COVID-19 crisis.
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  • Burn Manufacturing
    Kenya
    Burn Manufacturing received a loan from Juan to supply affordable, clean cooking solutions to households in Sub-Saharan Africa during COVID-19.
    Juan
    $40,725 to go
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  • Interactuar
    Colombia
    Interactuar received a loan from 4 team members entrepreneurs and internally displaced populations restart their businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
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    $121,525 to go
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  • Cevi
    Philippines
    Cevi received a loan from Juan to finance new loans for borrowers affected by the COVID-19 crisis and to support CEV's liquidity needs while they are unable to operate their business as usual.
    Juan
  • Augustus
    Uganda
    Augustus received a loan from John to buy fertilizer, manure and mulch for his coffee plantation for better yields.
    John
    $1,600 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

322
Team Members
$453,175
Amount Funded
13,522
Loans
42.0
Loans per member