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We give new meaning to the phrase "Commonwealth of Virginia." We Virginians are thrilled to pool our common resources to help entrepreneurs all over the world as they improve their lives and their communities.

About us
From the Appalachian Mountains to Virginia Beach (and equally welcoming of members outside the state), we are enthusiastic Kiva lenders privileged to have ties to the great state of Virginia.
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Team Activity

  • Lorena
    Philippines
    Lorena received a loan from Carol to buy ingredients such as flour, eggs, cooking oil, juice, sugar, spices and other ingredients needed for her business.
    Carol
    $250 to go
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  • Liezel
    Philippines
    Liezel received a loan from Carol to buy ingredients for her food production business.
    Carol
  • Setou
    Burkina Faso
    Setou received a loan from Carol to buy bales of weaving yarn coils and dye; and also to save up to improve her family's living conditions.
    Carol
  • La Force Group
    Congo (DRC)
    La Force Group received a loan from Martha to buy six sacks of flour and one container of oil for producing bread, which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Martha
    $150 to go
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  • Miatta
    Liberia
    Miatta received a loan from Martha to purchase more ingredients that will be used to cook food to sell.
    Martha
  • Elie
    Congo (DRC)
    Elie received a loan from Pushkal to buy return to school supplies and pay school fees.
    Pushkal
  • Saeed
    Palestine
    Saeed received a loan from Pushkal to pay his kids' educational fees.
    Pushkal
  • Tha
    Cambodia
    Tha received a loan from Carol Llewellyn to buy a motorcycle to drive to and from home to her farm and to use for her family's needs.
    Carol Llewellyn
  • Jade
    Philippines
    Jade received a loan from Nanci G. to buy items like canned goods, personal care products, etc. to sell in her general store.
    Nanci G.
    $275 to go
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  • Kyla
    Philippines
    Kyla received a loan from Nanci G. to purchase additional stock of clothes to sell.
    Nanci G.

Impact   Updated Hourly

488
Team Members
$727,640
Amount Funded
22,024
Loans
45.1
Loans per member