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We loan because...
Every nonprofit starts with a vision of making the world a better place, but they don’t always have the resources or expertise to leverage the best technology. Okta knows that in your organization, every dollar matters. The more of those dollars you can get directly to your cause, the better.

Okta also helps many nonprofits connect more directly with their constituents. Whether it's enabling patients to have easier access to information, or helping volunteers collaborate more easily and more often, Okta's service can bring nonprofits closer to their goals.

Okta is proud to partner with nonprofits by investing in their missions, with 25 free licenses for Okta IT products and preferential pricing for additional licenses and products, making the leading identity service even more accessible.

Okta for Good comprises a number of efforts including donations, community programs and product discounts.

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Team Activity

  • Arta
    Albania
    Arta received a loan from Calvin to pay for her son's university fees so he will be able to have a good profession in the future.
    Calvin
  • Sabina
    El Salvador
    Sabina received a loan from Chris to purchase corn, bags, lime powder, gas and other raw materials to sell snacks and tortillas.
    Chris
  • Ika Dewi Sartika
    Indonesia
    Ika Dewi Sartika received a loan from Eli to raise additional capital to grow her food business.
    Eli
  • Rene
    Bolivia
    Rene received a loan from Thomas to have working capital to improve production of his crops of corn, peach, bean, and potato.
    Thomas
  • Credi Achupa Group
    Peru
    Credi Achupa Group received a loan from Thomas to purchase soil amendments and do maintenance on the agricultural plot of organic cacao.
    Thomas
  • Tucultapi Group
    Bolivia
    Tucultapi Group received a loan from Thomas to provide operating capital to improve the peach harvest.
    Thomas
  • Jaime
    Nicaragua
    Jaime received a loan from Joshua to purchase minerals, fertilizers, foliar fertilizers, soil amendments, and pesticides.
    Joshua
  • René Alberto
    El Salvador
    René Alberto received a loan from Joshua to buy supplies, such as sodas and ice cream, and a new stove so that he can increase his production.
    Joshua
  • Mariami
    Georgia
    Mariami received a loan from Calvin to make her first-year payment at the university.
    Calvin

Impact   Updated Hourly

298
Team Members
$20,960
Amount Funded
689
Loans
2.3
Loans per member