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We loan because...
Uri L'Tzedek believes that micro-lending is one of the most important ways to empower those in the developing world to grow in building their lives and to unite to work to alleviate poverty.

About us
We are a Jewish Social Justice Organization.

Location: NY, USA      

 

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Team Activity

  • Egamberdi
    Tajikistan
    Egamberdi received a loan from Jenn to buy a delivery vehicle.
    Jenn
  • Taurus
    United States
    Taurus received a loan from Jenn with social media, SEO optimization, and working capital.
    Jenn
  • Dung's Group
    Vietnam
    Dung's Group received a loan from Azi to repair the breeding facilities to raise pigs.
    Azi
  • Shazia
    Pakistan
    Shazia received a loan from Seraphya & Ari to buy more stock of electrical goods for her husband's electrician shop.
    Seraphya & Ari
    $500 to go
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  • Salud & Angie
    United States
    Salud & Angie received a loan from Isaac expand our product line, by producing an environmentally friendly meat-less chorizo to cater to a new clientele.
    Isaac
    $3,925 to go
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  • Bola
    Cambodia
    Bola received a loan from Isaac to support cassava cultivation.
    Isaac
    $325 to go
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  • Seraphine
    Rwanda
    Seraphine received a loan from Sarah to buy more medicines for selling.
    Sarah
  • New Creation Group
    Sierra Leone
    New Creation Group received a loan from 1 team members to pay for an additional gallon of palm oil and vegetable oil and 10 cartons of Maggi cubes to sell.
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  • Zulkhumor
    Tajikistan
    Zulkhumor received a loan from Harriet to pay for her son’s treatment at the medical clinic.
    Harriet
  • Santos Eleuterio
    El Salvador
    Santos Eleuterio received a loan from Tamar to buy rice, sugar, flour, eggs, condiments, corn, and beverages to stock his store.
    Tamar

Impact   Updated Hourly

159
Team Members
$56,200
Amount Loaned
1,786
Loans
11.2
Loans per member