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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

  • Julius
    Uganda
    Julius received a loan from Hana to buy fertilizer for his farm to improve his yields.
    Hana
  • Janet
    United States
    Janet received a loan from Jordana and Adam to pay for a new air conditioner, which will greatly improve the living conditions and quality of life for Janet within her home.
    Jordana and Adam
    $2,975 to go
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  • Siale
    Tonga
    Siale received a loan from Miriam and Benzion to buy pandanus for her weaving, mulberry for her tapa making and to pay more men to help her husband with their plantation.
    Miriam and Benzion
  • Sonia
    Timor-Leste
    Sonia received a loan from 1 team members to buy additional supply of yarns, so that she can make more traditional woven clothing to sell.
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  • Imaculada
    Timor-Leste
    Imaculada received a loan from Peggy to buy additional supplies of vegetables for her store in order to provide better income for her family.
    Peggy
  • Phally
    Cambodia
    Phally received a loan from Seraphya & Ari to buy a motorcycle for her husband to commute to his workplace.
    Seraphya & Ari
  • Dariha
    Kyrgyzstan
    Dariha received a loan from Sarah to buy a dairy cow to increase organic milk sales.
    Sarah
  • Cruz Campo
    Peru
    Cruz Campo received a loan from Jenn to purchase raw material and double its plant processing capacity in Jayanca, Peru to meet orders for this year’s superfood harvest.
    Jenn
  • María Elizabeth
    El Salvador
    María Elizabeth received a loan from Jenn to purchase clothing, cosmetics, and plated jewelry to sell.
    Jenn
  • Ukux Kem Group
    Guatemala
    Ukux Kem Group received a loan from Azi to buy a variety of spools of thread.
    Azi

Impact   Updated Hourly

167
Team Members
$67,425
Amount Funded
2,211
Loans
13.2
Loans per member