Kiva Lending Team: Sudds Family Legacy Project
We loan because...
Giving and helping others has always been an important part of our family... both in giving and receiving!
The goal of this project is to intentionally extend that legacy of giving beyond our local family and friends to make a little difference in other parts of the world and also receive the amazing experience of being a part of other people's lives around the world.
This is in honor of some very important people in our lives that were well known for giving of themselves, their time and their money to help others.
In memory of...
George & Olive Sudds
If you're not a "Sudds" by name, you're still part of the Sudds family legacy so please don't feel left out.
Our Sudds family includes Gunter's, Hopkins', Knott's, Lear's, Stahl's, Zylstra's, Romualdi's, ... and more! If you're friends of the Sudds family that's ok too! :)
We are a group of family and friends looking to share some of what we have to help others with their goals and needs.
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Sari received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to buy a laptop to improve his work and enhance his income, and thus help his father with the family expenses.
Helen received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to buy items to sell like beverages, canned goods, junk foods, home product care, and other groceries.
Baraa received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to pay her educational fees to get a Masters degree in business administration.
Izzeldin received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to pay his university tuition fees for a bachelor's degree in sports to become a coach and physical trainer.
Thi received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to purchase books, school supplies, electric bicycle and pay school fees for his children.
Elena Brenda received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to buy items to sell like feeds, home product care, and other groceries.
Nurbanu received a loan from Nathan & Sherice to expand her clothing enterprise by purchasing more dress materials, cut pieces, dupattas, etc.
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