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We loan because...
It's a great way to share what we have with others and know that we're making a real and lasting difference.

About us
Aunt Cindy started the team by giving Kiva gift certificates to her children, nieces and nephews, ages 5 to 23 for Chanukah in 2009 and challenging them to invest, then re-invest and add to their portfolios when the loans are paid back. Adults and family members are invited to join the fun by making their own investments and inviting THEIR extended families. Someday we might be the world :-)

Location: Many cities across the US      

 

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Team Activity

  • Abdallah
    Uganda
    Abdallah received a loan from 1 team members to buy a new motorcycle for his motorcycle transport business.
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  • Miguel Ángel
    Nicaragua
    Miguel Ángel received a loan from 1 team members to buy a bull for breeding.
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  • Nelia
    Philippines
    Nelia received a loan from 1 team members to pay for more fabric, thread, needles and other materials needed in rag-making.
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  • Muhabat
    Kyrgyzstan
    Muhabat received a loan from 1 team members to buy purebred cows in order to increase her herd.
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  • El Rosario Group
    Guatemala
    El Rosario Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more clothing for children, women, and men.
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  • Tolaro Global
    Benin
    Tolaro Global received a loan from Alison to add value and jobs to the local economy by starting a new factory to roast and pack cashew nuts.
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  • Idigul
    Tajikistan
    Idigul received a loan from Cindy to buy fabric.
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  • Asia
    United States
    Asia received a loan from Alison which helps a mother of four who is passionate about child development to expand affordable childcare services in Louisville, KY.
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  • Leah
    Philippines
    Leah received a loan from Alison to buy ingredients for her food stall.
    Alison
  • Rosaycela
    Costa Rica
    Rosaycela received a loan from Alison to purchase materials for oil painting.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

9
Team Members
$6,425
Amount Loaned
257
Loans
28.6
Loans per member