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We loan because...
The Aggie family is built around passion, generosity, and spirit. Aggies can and do make a difference in every way possible, including Kiva.

About us
We are alumni of Texas A&M University.

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Nevruz
    Kosovo
    Nevruz received a loan from Robin to purchase seeds and fertilizer to plant more vegetables to be able to sell more and improve his family’s welfare.
    Robin
  • Leimer
    Costa Rica
    Leimer received a loan from Robin restart his chilli pepper farm.
    Robin
     Only 32 hours left! 
    $1,225 to go
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  • Tumaini Group
    Tanzania
    Tumaini Group received a loan from Robin to buy more sets of fabrics, vitenge, textiles, bobbins and materials for making better designs of clothes.
    Robin
     Only 29 hours left! 
    $1,025 to go
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  • Twisibile
    Malawi
    Twisibile received a loan from Jack to pay for her set-up costs so that she can start running her Zoona business.
    Jack
  • Svetlana
    Ukraine
    Svetlana received a loan from Jack to increase the variety of ritual goods such as flowers, garlands and baskets.
    Jack
  • Inacia
    Mozambique
    Inacia received a loan from Jack to buy beverages, rice, sugar, beans, broth and flour to resell.
    Jack
  • Parvathi
    India
    Parvathi received a loan from Lynn to construct a toilet in her home.
    Lynn
  • Mostafa
    Lebanon
    Mostafa received a loan from Bryan to pay for his brother's necessary medical treatment.
    Bryan
  • Gulshan
    Pakistan
    Gulshan received a loan from Johnny to buy sequins, gums, pearls and shawls for her son's fancy shawl-selling business.
    Johnny
  • Rizwana
    Pakistan
    Rizwana received a loan from Johnny to buy a new sewing machine for her tailoring business.
    Johnny
  • Michael's Group
    Kenya
    Michael's Group received a loan from Johnny to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize.
    Johnny
  • Mirna Lizeth
    Honduras
    Mirna Lizeth received a loan from Johnny to buy staple goods such as rice, beans, corn flour, chicken, meat, bread, cleaning products, and other groceries to stock her business.
    Johnny

Impact   Updated Hourly

154
Team Members
$94,700
Amount Loaned
3,356
Loans
21.8
Loans per member

Rankings In Alumni Groups Category

#8 for New Users (All Time)
#6 for New Users (This Month)