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We loan because...
the greatest city in the world should do it's part to help end poverty.

About us
You can lend money through our team in two ways:


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<li> Lend money through Kiva and then at checkout count it towards the NYC team
<li> Send a <a href="www.kiva.org/app.php?page=gift&action=giftPromotion">gift certificate </a>to nyc.kiva.endowment@gmail.com This is our city's Kiva endowment. 100% of the money will be loaned out. This is a long-term Kiva account that is linked to the NYC Kiva lending page. As loans get repaid, the money will be recycled and reloaned. This is a great way to make a larger impact and to make our team’s presence more permanent.
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<li>In the spirit of Kiva, this endowment will be 100% transparent. Whenever you give money please tell us how you would like to be identified on our <a href="spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pS9uGXruFy1jboJrP0za3fg&hl=en">public google spreadsheet</a>. You can see who is receiving money by looking at the <a href="www.kiva.org/lender/nyckiva">endowment's lender page</a>.
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Location: New York, NY, USA       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Nhung
    Vietnam
    Nhung received a loan from Renee to purchase cake, milk, salt, sugar and general things to resell.
    Renee
  • Wafa
    Palestine
    Wafa received a loan from David Fraga to buy barber chairs and tools that are needed and make some adjustments to the decorations to earn more customers, increase his revenue and enhance his family's living standards.
    David Fraga
  • Tujimbere I Group
    Burundi
    Tujimbere I Group received a loan from Jay to increase her capital and buy cassava and bananas for wine extraction.
    Jay
  • Las Gardenias Group
    Guatemala
    Las Gardenias Group received a loan from Elliot to buy a glass showcase, flour, chocolate, eggs, sugar, and flavorings for her delicious recipes.
    Elliot

Impact   Updated Hourly

57
Team Members
$12,750
Amount Loaned
440
Loans
7.7
Loans per member