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We loan because...
we believe that everyone deserves a chance to feel good about what they do----whether it is run a grocery store in Paraguay or have a construction business in Mexico---everyone deserves a chance to contribute to their world and to not live in poverty.

About us
A group of family members and friends who have decided to make small donations here and there to help promote self sufficiency and to give to others because we have been so blessed!

Location: USA,Ohio,New Mexico, Nevada, Florida ,California, Arizona, Iowa, New York, North Carolina, Maryland      

 

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Team Activity

  • Olga Nidia
    Ecuador
    Olga Nidia received a loan from Paula to renovate and expand chicken coops for raising chickens.
    Paula
  • Bibiniso
    Tajikistan
    Bibiniso received a loan from Mark to buy good quality fabric and a plot of land.
    Mark
  • Maria Eliana
    Ecuador
    Maria Eliana received a loan from Mark to purchase seafood, such as shrimp, and fish, such as large sea bass, bicuda, etc.
    Mark
  • Elizabeth
    Cameroon
    Elizabeth received a loan from Paula to pay for more chicks, feed, feeders, vaccines, seedlings, manure, and farm tools.
    Paula
  • Scode
    Kenya
    Scode received a loan from Katybeth to meet growing demand for water tanks, solar panels, and clean cookstoves.
    Katybeth
  • Asesewa Group
    Ghana
    Asesewa Group received a loan from Mark to buy more fresh fish and firewood for the production of roasted fish to sell.
    Mark
  • Litia
    Samoa
    Litia received a loan from Mark to buy a new fishing canoe, a large cooler, a chest freezer, hooks, baits, flippers and new goggles.
    Mark
  • Martinha
    Timor-Leste
    Martinha received a loan from Beth Ann to buy shampoo, milk, biscuits, pens, sardines, noodles, coffee, cooking oils, soft drinks and hard drinks, and other things to sell.
    Beth Ann
  • Noong Het 36 Group
    Vietnam
    Noong Het 36 Group received a loan from Beth Ann to buy two piglets, to buy food for her pigs, and to repair her pig barn.
    Beth Ann

Impact   Updated Hourly

22
Team Members
$31,950
Amount Loaned
1,005
Loans
45.7
Loans per member