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We loan because...
We are all ONE and the SAME. We Listen to our HEARTS. We Love Life. We are Mindful.

About us
Please visit our website www.themindfulbunch.org

We are a bunch of mindful people (trying our best to be at least) and we want to change the world for the better in any way we can. Join us and enjoy the ride.

Mindfulness is not a religion or a system of political beliefs. It is a way of improving your life and seeing more beauty in it by becoming aware of what really is going on around you instead of listening to your ever-going mind that usually doesn't have an "off" button. The central thinking has much in common with many other philosophies. The focus is on trying to improve your own life by being present in everything that you do, to leave the past behind, and to be content to leave the future, as it must be, unknown. The only thing we now have is the present, which we think of as a gift.

Making a Kiva loan, in sympathy with the other members of The Mindful Bunch, and the community of Kiva lenders around the globe, is a lovely exercise of Mindfulness.

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Team Activity

  • Las Azucenas Group
    Paraguay
    Las Azucenas Group received a loan from 5 team members to buy ingredients for making her sweets, such as flour, eggs, and shortening, as well as fabric, thread, and other items for crafts.
    Gail Amrish Gary Default lender image NYC
     Only 46 hours left! 
    $1,800 to go
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  • José Efraín
    El Salvador
    José Efraín received a loan from Terri to buy a cow, feed it, and in this way increase his number of cattle.
    Terri
    $400 to go
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  • José Arnulfo
    El Salvador
    José Arnulfo received a loan from Terri to purchase a cow for milk production.
    Terri
  • René Arturo
    El Salvador
    René Arturo received a loan from Terri to buy two calves to feed with crop residues.
    Terri
  • José Ángel
    El Salvador
    José Ángel received a loan from Terri to pay for labour to prepare the land for planting this year.
    Terri
  • Jose Moran
    El Salvador
    Jose Moran received a loan from Dolphins to purchase products for the production of artisanal bread such as flour, eggs, yeast, sugar, baking powder, etc., He can also continue to improve the infrastructure of the premises.
    Dolphins
    $550 to go
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  • Óscar Armando
    El Salvador
    Óscar Armando received a loan from dennis to pay labor costs to collect the corn harvest.
    dennis
     Only 12 hours left! 
    $600 to go
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  • Tumpa
    India
    Tumpa received a loan from Jani to purchase sarees in order to expand her clothing business.
    Jani
    $225 to go
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  • Jescah's Group
    Kenya
    Jescah's Group received a loan from Julie to buy cost efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season, as well as a solar light.
    Julie
  • Anna Rubie
    Philippines
    Anna Rubie received a loan from 2 team members to buy ingredients and cooking utensils needed to prepare and cook homemade snacks that are highly requested by her customers as a new offering at her stall.
    Sharon Lidia
  • Renacer Group
    Paraguay
    Renacer Group received a loan from 4 team members purchase fabric, thread, elastic, and more.
    Brady Amrish Default lender image Kevin White
  • Fololi
    Samoa
    Fololi received a loan from Miinkay to buy a box of chicken, box of sausage, mushroom soy sauce, onions, plates, aluminum foil, bananas and a sack of rice.
    Miinkay

Impact   Updated Hourly

3,761
Team Members
$21,861,625
Amount Funded
132,093
Loans
35.1
Loans per member

Rankings Across All Teams

#9 for New Users (This Month)
#7 for New Users (Last Month)
#3 for Amount Funded (All Time)
#7 for Amount Funded (This Month)
#4 for Amount Funded (Last Month)

Rankings In Common Interest Category

#8 for New Users (All Time)
#5 for New Users (This Month)
#4 for New Users (Last Month)
#2 for Amount Funded (All Time)
#5 for Amount Funded (This Month)
#3 for Amount Funded (Last Month)