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We loan because...
Microloans are part of lesson of the Senior CapSEEDS course which stands for Social entrepreneurship, Economics, Environment, Deeds of service, and Sustainable solutions. Microloans are encompassed in attributes of the course therefore are essential to learning larger lessons.

About us
Seniors at Punahou School. The team is only open to those of the Punahou community so if you do request to join, please indicate your connection to Punahou. Mahalo

Location: Honolulu       Team website


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Team Activity

  • Leilani
    Leilani received a loan from Punahou to buy cordials, sugar, a large cooler, a new chest freezer, Chinese candy and foam cups.
  • Kiek's Group
    Kiek's Group received a loan from Punahou to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for their family.
  • Paquito
    Paquito received a loan from Punahou to purchase bags of cement and additional hollow blocks for house repairs.
     Only 5 days left! 
    $100 to go
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  • Jaber
    Jaber received a loan from Bryce to buy a horse for his work.
  • Kuña Guapa Group
    Kuña Guapa Group received a loan from Punahou to buy supplies to prepare food, such as meat, condiments, baked goods, vegetables, chicken, ham, eggs and other products.
  • José Roberto
    El Salvador
    José Roberto received a loan from Punahou to buy more ingredients like flour, yeast, milk, sugar, eggs etc to continue producing bread for sale. He will also buy shelves to display the bread.
  • John
    United States
    John received a loan from Punahou purchase a 34'x96' passive solar greenhouse.
  • Ian
    United States
    Ian received a loan from Punahou purchase equipment which will help increase revenue and sales.
    $750 to go
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  • Shouroq
    Shouroq received a loan from Punahou to pay her university fees in Basic Education, so she may become a teacher.
  • Oscar
    United States
    Oscar received a loan from Punahou expand my services by having a second office space to see people one-on-one and have a separate space for treatment, acquire HIPPA-compliant software to archive patient records as well streamline from paper charts to electronic health records, get new office equipment so that I can serve more people. It is my vision to offer not just more services but also partner with a medical doctor who shares my drive in the near future to become Watsonville first Integrative Medical Center and provide both types of medical treatment to the people who put food on our tables. Having this loan will help me go one more step in that direction.
    $5,675 to go
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#6 for Amount Loaned (All Time)