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We loan because...
Our book group read The International Bank of Bob and had a desire to work together to help people create their dreams.

About us
An eclectic group of people who get together monthly to discuss books -- and their friends and families

Location: Wisconsin      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Sidbiwenne Joany
    Burkina Faso
    Sidbiwenne Joany received a loan from Lynn from Neshkoro a motor pump, 50 connectors, 3 boxes of insecticides, 6 bags of chemical fertilizer, and 100 liters of gas and helps to save in order to pay for his children's education.
    Lynn from Neshkoro
  • Vilma
    El Salvador
    Vilma received a loan from Mary to buy rice, beans, toilet paper, sweets, eggs, bread, juices, sodas and other in order to stock up her store.
    Mary
  • Diana Cecilia
    El Salvador
    Diana Cecilia received a loan from Mary to buy rice, oil, sodas, candies, beans, maize, soap, detergents, etc. to stock her store.
    Mary
  • Bernardo Javier
    Paraguay
    Bernardo Javier received a loan from Kelly to buy vegetables, baked goods, condiments, meat, and other consumable goods.
    Kelly
  • Joaquín Ángel
    El Salvador
    Joaquín Ángel received a loan from Kelly to buy farming supplies for planting basic grains.
    Kelly
  • Juan
    El Salvador
    Juan received a loan from Kelly to buy a milk cow as well as food and vitamins to take better care of his cattle.
    Kelly
  • Francisco
    Mozambique
    Francisco received a loan from Kelly to buy building materials.
    Kelly
  • Lernik
    Armenia
    Lernik received a loan from Kelly to pay for new tools and car to develop his auto repair business and increase his income so that his parents can return to their homeland.
    Kelly
  • Khosiyat
    Tajikistan
    Khosiyat received a loan from Kiri to pay for her child’s tuition at a medical university to complete her studies and become a good doctor.
    Kiri
  • Mike
    Uganda
    Mike received a loan from Kiri to buy more produce for trading to secure school fees for his children.
    Kiri
  • Modesto
    El Salvador
    Modesto received a loan from Kelly to purchase farming supplies for growing tule reeds so his wife can make sleeping mats.
    Kelly

Impact   Updated Hourly

6
Team Members
$5,600
Amount Funded
238
Loans
39.7
Loans per member