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Location: North Carolina      

 

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

Team Activity

  • Ali Al Mortada
    Lebanon
    Ali Al Mortada received a loan from Keith to buy tables for his bakery and renovate his bakery so it would attract more customers.
    Keith
  • Muhammad
    Palestine
    Muhammad received a loan from Keith to buy spare parts for motorcycles, to improve his work.
    Keith
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  • Akrem
    Palestine
    Akrem received a loan from Keith to buy solar panels for his house.
    Keith
  • Ninfa Iveth
    Nicaragua
    Ninfa Iveth received a loan from Dana Neely to purchase rice, beans, sugar, oil, meat and canned food.
    Dana Neely
  • Leddymarie
    Puerto Rico
    Leddymarie received a loan from Victor which helps to buy new equipment and grow capital for new business.
    Victor
  • Je Ye Se Kola Group
    Mali
    Je Ye Se Kola Group received a loan from Keith to pay for sheep and goats to fatten and resell, thus to cover healthcare, food, and clothing for her children.
    Keith
  • Adlia
    Jordan
    Adlia received a loan from Keith to buy a mixing machine that helps in the making of butter, yogurt, and cheese to improve her products and increase her sales.
    Keith
  • Ijobat
    Tajikistan
    Ijobat received a loan from Keith to buy more dried fruits for her retail business.
    Keith
  • Azimuth Solar
    Sierra Leone
    Azimuth Solar received a loan from the Kirks to purchase solar lanterns and solar home systems in Sierra Leone.
    the Kirks
  • Rowena
    Philippines
    Rowena received a loan from Bert to purchase additional buckets of fish to sell.
    Bert
  • Brenda Lizeth
    Honduras
    Brenda Lizeth received a loan from Bert to stock her store with products such as rice, sugar, shortening, beans, sodas, bread, vegetables, and milk products.
    Bert

Impact   Updated Hourly

127
Team Members
$106,175
Amount Loaned
3,452
Loans
27.2
Loans per member