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For as little as $25, we can help women entrepreneurs right in our own backyard.

About us
Continuing what she began as First Lady of California, Maria Shriver and A Woman’s Nation are partnering with Kiva, the world's first person-to-person microlending website, to empower thousands of women across America to become more financially independent. Our partnership shows that every loan you make to a woman entrepreneur – even $25 – will make a real difference.

As "The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink"* states, 1 in 3 American women lives on or near the brink of poverty. By starting or expanding her own business, a woman can lift herself and her family off the brink. JOIN US in moving women and families forward!

A Woman's Nation ™ exists to generate and actualize game-changing ideas focused on the value, needs and well-being of women and their families — in the home, the workplace and as caretakers on the front lines of humanity.

Our mission is to build a more informed, conscious and compassionate society. We do this by joining forces with creative global thinkers and influential organizations to implement our culture-shifting projects and multimedia initiatives.

We are igniting ideas into action. We are A Woman’s Nation™.

Each month we feature an entrepreneur who takes our 21st Century Boss Pledge. To learn more please visit AWomansNation.org/invest.

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Team Activity

  • Shira
    United States
    Shira received a loan from lucap which helps athletic Playground with payroll costs and rehiring our staff.
    lucap
    $5,600 to go
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  • Michgona
    Tajikistan
    Michgona received a loan from lucap to buy a new, modern, sewing machine.
    lucap
  • Kaneshia
    United States
    Kaneshia received a loan from lucap which helps a Black Woman-owned business achieve sustainability after surviving Covid-19.
    lucap
  • Idelsi
    Honduras
    Idelsi received a loan from Gayle him to buy fertilizers and manure.
    Gayle
    $475 to go
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  • Lendita
    Kosovo
    Lendita received a loan from Marcia to purchase sewing materials and threads for her embroidery business.
    Marcia
  • Cử
    Vietnam
    Cử received a loan from babs to buy books and pay tuition for her children.
    babs
  • James
    Kenya
    James received a loan from Kelly to help him to buy another motorbike to expand his business.
    Kelly
  • Maria Tuvaina
    Vanuatu
    Maria Tuvaina received a loan from Lisa to purchase housing materials to build her bathroom and also baking ingredients to stock her kitchen to increase her income.
    Lisa
  • Rose's Group
    Kenya
    Rose's Group received a loan from Kirsten to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize.
    Kirsten
  • Agbuidohoin
    Togo
    Agbuidohoin received a loan from Kirsten to buy 4 bags of rice, 1 bag of beans and 2 cans of oil.
    Kirsten
  • Sandra
    Nicaragua
    Sandra received a loan from Kirsten to buy raw materials for making various products.
    Kirsten
    $775 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

576
Team Members
$204,025
Amount Funded
7,310
Loans
12.7
Loans per member

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