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We loan because...
We believe microloans represent one of the best ways to lift the poor from poverty, and give people everywhere a chance to live a good life.

About us
Our students care about empowering entrepreneurs, helping them to provide for their families and employ other people.

Location: DeKalb, Illinois       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Joan Ana Marie
    Philippines
    Joan Ana Marie received a loan from Brandon to pay for rejuvenating sets, slimming pills, bath soap, shampoo, conditioner and laundry soap to sell.
    Brandon
    0% repaid
  • Nadya
    Armenia
    Nadya received a loan from Jared to pay for seeds for land cultivation, forage for feeding the cattle, and 400 litres of fuel for land processing work.
    Jared
    0% repaid
  • Gnoupagagnon Group
    Mali
    Gnoupagagnon Group received a loan from Goran to warehouse peanuts and local millet in her storeroom for resale.
    Goran
    0% repaid
  • Waseem
    Palestine
    Waseem received a loan from Goran to buy a refrigerator and other supplies to improve his restaurant.
    Goran
    0% repaid
  • Candido
    Bolivia
    Candido received a loan from Goran to buy beekeeping materials and equipment in order to generate better income for his family.
    Goran
    0% repaid
  • Andrea's Group
    Kenya
    Andrea's Group received a loan from Jacob to purchase cost-efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for maize cultivation.
    Jacob
    0% repaid
  • Larisa
    Moldova
    Larisa received a loan from Brandon to purchase fish fry (small fish) to raise.
    Brandon
    0% repaid
  • Guadalupe Victoria Group
    Mexico
    Guadalupe Victoria Group received a loan from Brandon to purchase milk, sugar, cookies, rice, soup, beans, corn, oil, cheese, ham, sausages, tuna, mayonnaise, soft drinks, disposable products, aluminum, eggs, tomatoes, chilies, and onions.
    Brandon
    0% repaid
  • La Esperanza Group
    Paraguay
    La Esperanza Group received a loan from Brandon to purchase clothing to sell such as jeans, shirts, t-shirts, pants, and more.
    Brandon
    0% repaid
  • El Mana Group
    Nicaragua
    El Mana Group received a loan from Linda to buy 100 lbs of corn for making and selling tortillas.
    Linda
    0% repaid
  • Maota
    Samoa
    Maota received a loan from Wyatt to buy a sack of flour, a sack of sugar, yeast, a fry pan, a wooden spoon, a bottle of vegetable oil and plastic bags.
    Wyatt
    12% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

136
Team Members
$26,900
Amount Loaned
947
Loans
7.0
Loans per member