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We loan because...
Economic prosperity is achieved not through mere employment or possession of goods, but through production. The best possible means of ending poverty is through increasing wealth by enabling production and encouraging voluntary trade around the world. There are few better means of achieving this than through micro-lending.

About us
We embrace individual liberty and support collective prosperity through mutually-beneficial voluntary trade.

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Team Activity

  • Yellow Leaf Hammocks
    Thailand
    Yellow Leaf Hammocks received a loan from Garth to create more employment opportunities for marginalized artisans in rural Thailand.
    Garth
    $89,300 to go
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  • Ali
    Lebanon
    Ali received a loan from Garth to pay his university fees, get his bachelor's degree and find a proper job in the future.
    Garth
  • Johnny
    Costa Rica
    Johnny received a loan from Garth to buy seeds to grow vegetables, to farm and sell more products, earn a better income, and in this way improve his family's quality of life.
    Garth
  • Giang
    Vietnam
    Giang received a loan from Christophe to buy construction materials to build a new toilet.
    Christophe
  • Wedian
    Lebanon
    Wedian received a loan from Randall to buy home furnishings and to renovate her apartment and its toilet.
    Randall
  • Alba Catalina
    Ecuador
    Alba Catalina received a loan from George Marshall to buy stuffed animals, posters, candy, balloons, roses, chocolates, keepsakes, and decorations, among other things.
    George Marshall
  • Djao
    Togo
    Djao received a loan from Brasten to buy two bales of shirts, one bale of trousers, and one bale of underwear.
    Brasten
  • Dios En Aleman No.2 Group
    Dominican Republic
    Dios En Aleman No.2 Group received a loan from Brasten to buy items for her beauty salon, such as a hairdryer, a blower, combs, brushes, shampoo, conditioner, and scissors, among other things.
    Brasten
  • Neema Ya Tosha Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Neema Ya Tosha Group received a loan from Jake to stock up on used shoes in bulk to increase her initial capital.
    Jake
  • Steven
    Kenya
    Steven received a loan from Garth to access premium seeds and high-quality fertilizer for 1 acre of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, to optimize increased productivity and profits.
    Garth
  • Bakoly
    Madagascar
    Bakoly received a loan from Garth to pay for sheet metal of different sizes.
    Garth

Impact   Updated Hourly

85
Team Members
$41,150
Amount Funded
1,569
Loans
18.5
Loans per member