Kiva Lending Team: Seniors With Attitude!
We loan because...
We celebrate Seniors With Attitude - who are willing to start something new or preserve tradition, support their families, and bring something positive to their world!
We love to see loans that highlight the efforts of seniors/elderly borrowers, who strive to improve their lives and of those around them.
We will *never* pressure team members to attribute loans to this team. Please feel free to post and share any loan to a Senior With Attitude that catches your attention. :-)
Each month, the SWA Team features one or two different Seniors With Attitude loans.
For the month of June, the Seniors With Attitude team's featured borrower is Arusbi, from Tajikistan.
60-year-old Arusbi is a proud farmer. Her loan will be used to plant this season's wheat crop. www.kiva.org/lend/1074198
The SWA Team believes in giving all Seniors With Attitude a better chance to have their Kiva loans get fully funded.
On the first Sunday after Repay Day (the 17th), SWA team members are invited to do a bit of Kiva math and fund a loan featuring a borrower who is a grandparent. On that Sunday each month, SWA team members post the loan link for the borrower that they have chosen to take to the 'SWA Sunday Brunch'.
Previous featured SWA borrowers:
May - Merabi started a taxi business in Georgia. www.kiva.org/lend/1052265
April - Angelina expanded her farm by planting moringa trees. www.kiva.org/lend/1050826
March - Andrea raises goats and makes wine in Albania. www.kiva.org/lend/1040382
December - Filimón became a beekeeper in Bolivia. www.kiva.org/lend/981550
November - Didakan is a successful farmer in Kyrgyzstan. www.kiva.org/lend/966927
October - Zarina sells buffalo milk in Pakistan. www.kiva.org/lend/954813
September - Elsa, who lives on the shores of Lake Titicaca. www.kiva.org/lend/927278
August - Ms. Diabou, of the 'banc villageois' Santhiaba 1 Group. www.kiva.org/lend/917670
July - Eduardo, a Senior With Attitude from Columbia. www.kiva.org/lend/904972
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Escolastico received a loan from Craig to buy sugar, rice, beans, corn and drinks, among other products, to help him meet the needs of his customers.$850 to goLend Now
Clemente received a loan from Craig to buy basic staples, such as lard, corn and wheat flour, soap, sodas, juices, and corn.
Neyda Wilfrida received a loan from Heather to buy melamine, medium density fiberboard, wood, and other materials.
Neide received a loan from Diane (& Bill) to have cataract surgery performed so that she can continue to work.
Akouavi received a loan from Sandy to buy 2 bags of wheat flour, a can of peanut oil, and a bag of sugar.
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