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We care. We have a program called Klick It Forward that allows employees to donate a portion of their contribution to projects to a charitable organization of choice. Kiva is one of those choices!

About us
Klick Health is a digital agency specializing in marketing, operational and learning solutions in the healthcare sector.

Location: Toronto, Ontario       Team website

 

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  • Sobia
    Pakistan
    Sobia received a loan from Ken to buy a computer and a generator and to construct a school building.
    Ken
    0% repaid
  • Yusmeiris Del Carmen
    Dominican Republic
    Yusmeiris Del Carmen received a loan from Ken to cover the expenses of higher education.
    Ken
    0% repaid
  • Hala
    Palestine
    Hala received a loan from Ken to buy more feed and other supplies for her farm.
    Ken
    0% repaid
  • Jean Bosco
    Rwanda
    Jean Bosco received a loan from Ken to grow his factory to 100% capacity and serve as a bridge loan for larger investments.
    Ken
    $26,175 to go
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  • Garnik
    Armenia
    Garnik received a loan from Matt to pay for 6 piglets and fodder to feed the livestock.
    Matt
    0% repaid
  • Carla
    Bolivia
    Carla received a loan from Matt to buy items for her grocery store.
    Matt
    0% repaid
  • Florinda
    Bolivia
    Florinda received a loan from Simon to buy an overstitch sewing machine to sew collars to make her works in an independent manner and generate income for her son.
    Simon
    0% repaid
  • Jane
    Kenya
    Jane received a loan from Brad to purchase stock of sugar, rice, maize flour and wheat flour.
    Brad
    0% repaid
  • Mkombozi Mwenge Group
    Tanzania
    Mkombozi Mwenge Group received a loan from Les to buy new working machines like hair dryers and replace the out-of-stock items in her beauty salon.
    Les
    0% repaid
  • Madres Trabajdoras Group
    Paraguay
    Madres Trabajdoras Group received a loan from Ariel to buy ingredients to make "chipas" (baked cheese rolls), such as: starch, cheese, anise, shortening, salt and others.
    Ariel
    0% repaid
  • Yvon
    Haiti
    Yvon received a loan from Luis to buy detergent.
    Luis
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

54
Team Members
$28,000
Amount Loaned
862
Loans
16.0
Loans per member