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We loan because...
The Visa Foundation believes that micro and small businesses are the backbone of the global economy, and our mission is to empower them to thrive.

About us
Through the Visa Foundation's grant to Kiva, Visa employees allocate loans to borrowers in increments of $50 and join this team to celebrate our collective impact!

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Margaret
    Kenya
    Margaret received a loan from Sharon to invest in a biodigester and safeguard the environment.
    Sharon
  • Coop Norandino
    Peru
    Coop Norandino received a loan from 2 team members support organic-based cooperative members that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
    Hideki Navendu
  • Urwego Bank
    Rwanda
    Urwego Bank received a loan from 3 team members to quickly get money into the hands of women and other financially excluded groups to re-start their businesses and begin to recover from the effects of three months of lockdown.
    Praveen Christian Charisse
    $334,350 to go
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  • Chamroeun Microfinance
    Cambodia
    Chamroeun Microfinance received a loan from 4 team members to provide emergency funds for 800 borrowers to purchase basic necessities and feed their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Michelle James John Ben
  • Sharifgul
    Tajikistan
    Sharifgul received a loan from Zalfa to buy a sewing machine.
    Zalfa
  • Dilafruz
    Tajikistan
    Dilafruz received a loan from Zalfa to buy a new sewing machine to start her sewing business.
    Zalfa
  • Siologa
    Samoa
    Siologa received a loan from Navendu to buy banana tubes, taro roots, a wheelbarrow, a water tank, hand gloves, a rake, a shovel, and chemicals.
    Navendu
  • Fundación Paraguaya
    Paraguay
    Fundación Paraguaya received a loan from 3 team members 100 all-women community banks recover from the COVID-19 shutdown.
    Srinivas Amber Lina
    $418,350 to go
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  • Odef
    Honduras
    Odef received a loan from 7 team members support borrowers in restarting businesses and agricultural production affected by COVID-19.
    Christine James Debi John Default lender image Sri Keerthi Zachary
  • Friendship Bridge
    Guatemala
    Friendship Bridge received a loan from Lisa this Field Partner use technology to reach Guatemala women to provide loans, education, and health services during the crisis.
    Lisa

Impact   Updated Hourly

11,499
Team Members
$554,350
Amount Funded
6,582
Loans
0.6
Loans per member

Rankings In Businesses - Internal Groups Category

#4 for New Users (All Time)
#10 for Amount Funded (All Time)