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We loan because...
Wells Fargo is a leader in lending and in community support.

About us
This team is for Wells Fargo team members and customers who wish to support borrowers in developing countries.

Location: Nationwide      

 

Latest Messages  

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

Team Activity

  • Gloria
    Philippines
    Gloria received a loan from Adrian to buy items to sell, such as beverages, canned goods, snack foods, home care products, and other groceries.
    Adrian
  • Rosa Alba
    Ecuador
    Rosa Alba received a loan from Alison to buy pigs, potatoes, commercial feed, vitamins and anti-parasitics.
    Alison
  • Cinthia
    Paraguay
    Cinthia received a loan from Alison to cover her fees, degree expenses, and other expenses for her specialization.
    Alison
  • Pawame
    Kenya
    Pawame received a loan from Alison to distribute 400 pay-as-you-go solar home systems in Kenya.
    Alison
  • Jentrix's Group
    Kenya
    Jentrix's Group received a loan from Alison to purchase a solar light and increase maize cultivation.
    Alison
  • Mary Josepha
    Solomon Islands
    Mary Josepha received a loan from Alison to pay for gardening tools, fertilizers, pesticides, watering cans and labor cost for her farm.
    Alison
  • Rosena
    Haiti
    Rosena received a loan from Alison to purchase paints and raw materials for the products she plans to bring to two international fairs.
    Alison
  • Maria
    Peru
    Maria received a loan from Alison to purchase fruits, such as plantains and oranges, among others.
    Alison
  • Nhung
    Vietnam
    Nhung received a loan from Alison to purchase sand, cement, brick and equipment to build a toilet.
    Alison

Impact   Updated Hourly

30
Team Members
$27,825
Amount Loaned
454
Loans
15.1
Loans per member