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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      

 

Latest Messages  

16 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Aijamol
    Tajikistan
    Aijamol received a loan from 1 team members to buy fertilizers and seeds to expand her business and increase her income to provide for her family.
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  • Emily
    Kenya
    Emily received a loan from 1 team members to buy farming inputs, which she plans to use to optimize her farm’s production and earn more income to support her family.
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  • Nedal
    Jordan
    Nedal received a loan from Hana to market his party supplies services, to overcome the affects of COVID-19, keeping his business afloat.
    Hana
  • Bob
    Uganda
    Bob received a loan from Azi to buy more electronics for sale.
    Azi
  • Rebby Bob
    Vanuatu
    Rebby Bob received a loan from Seth to pay for baking ingredients to stock her kitchen to better provide for her customers and also for housing materials to build her home.
    Seth
  • Zhypara
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zhypara received a loan from Aaron to buy dairy cows to increase her milk sales to a local factory.
    Aaron
  • Joanita
    Solomon Islands
    Joanita received a loan from Peggy to buy rice, noodles, biscuits and mixed goods for her general store business.
    Peggy
  • Serah
    Solomon Islands
    Serah received a loan from 1 team members to buy bales of secondhand clothing for her clothing business.
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  • Maria A Rosado
    United States
    Maria A Rosado received a loan from Aaron which helps a minority woman veteran-owned business optimize the health and wellness of the community.
    Aaron
  • Amanda
    United States
    Amanda received a loan from Elisheva which helps us install HVAC into the gutted building that we are turning into a co-working space for women.
    Elisheva
  • Janet
    Kenya
    Janet received a loan from Emily to buy an additional dairy cow to improve her milk-vending business and meet the high demand in her area.
    Emily

Impact   Updated Hourly

168
Team Members
$75,400
Amount Funded
2,442
Loans
14.5
Loans per member