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We loan because...
We care about all people and believe that poor men should have the same access to micro loans as poor women.

About us
We are concerned that many Microfinance Institutions (MFI's) make loans exclusively or primarily to women. Our fathers, brothers and sons need the same access to opportunity that women do so that they can take care of themselves and their families. To try to provide equal opportunities to men, we will loan money exclusively to needy men until the issue of gender equality is adequately addressed in the MFI community.

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Pascal
    Uganda
    Pascal received a loan from Ken and Betsy pascal to buy more cattle to sell as he is preparing for the season.
    Ken and Betsy
  • Modesto
    Mexico
    Modesto received a loan from Marc to purchase a solar energy home system to have a cleaner energy source at home.
    Marc
  • Antonio
    Honduras
    Antonio received a loan from Marc to buy a solar lighting system to improve living conditions for his family.
    Marc
  • Gladsstone
    United States
    Gladsstone received a loan from Ken and Betsy expand a business by creating a no interest loan which must be paid back in 24 or 36 months from when it is started. It is our hope to pay the loan back as soon as possible and before the loan period is maximized. We would like to barrow up to $10,000.00 if God is willing.
    Ken and Betsy
  • Jd
    United States
    Jd received a loan from Ken and Betsy create inventory using the rebranded Southern Indiana logo for wholesale and retail.
    Ken and Betsy
  • Sunday
    Nigeria
    Sunday received a loan from Marc to process and store palm oil products.
    Marc
  • Ettien
    Rwanda
    Ettien received a loan from Marc to purchase a solar powered recharge station to charge mobile phones and LED lights for rural households that are without electricity.
    Marc
  • Daniel
    United States
    Daniel received a loan from Ken and Betsy to support the continued growth of Work Pittsburgh's second chance employment initiative.
    Ken and Betsy
  • Takhir
    Kyrgyzstan
    Takhir received a loan from Marc to pay for his higher education in the Business Administration Program.
    Marc
  • Jean Bosco
    Rwanda
    Jean Bosco received a loan from Marc to grow his factory to 100% capacity and serve as a bridge loan for larger investments.
    Marc
  • Tuesday
    Zambia
    Tuesday received a loan from Marc to obtain a maize milling machine and produce maize flour for his community.
    Marc

Impact   Updated Hourly

11
Team Members
$16,450
Amount Loaned
620
Loans
56.4
Loans per member