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We loan because...
together, we wish to live lives of Christian faithfulness to God's command of justice. Recognizing God's call to justice (Micah 6:8) we are committed to helping others in need. We believe that God calls us to care for people in ways that recognize their dignity and efforts to provide for others.

About us
We are a group of students and faculty who seek to alleviate poverty by sharing a portion of what God has graciously entrusted to us. We loan funds in an effort to restore the dignity of others. Christ has blessed us and called us to share in the work of the kingdom of God. This is a concrete way in which we express the love of Christ to others.

Location: Hope College, Holland, MI      

 

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Team Activity

  • Altagracia
    United States
    Altagracia received a loan from City Chapel which helps a Michigan-made Mexican-inspired Salsa company purchase equipment to become more efficient.
    City Chapel
  • Judy
    Kenya
    Judy received a loan from Mark to buy farm inputs, which she will use to improve her production and earn more income for her family.
    Mark
  • Joyce
    Kenya
    Joyce received a loan from Mark to gain access to cost-efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for crop cultivation for this woman with a good credit history.
    Mark
  • Durdona
    Tajikistan
    Durdona received a loan from Mark to purchase mineral fertilizers and grains.
    Mark
  • Berta Alicia
    El Salvador
    Berta Alicia received a loan from Marc to buy 16 quintals [736 kg] of corn, hygienic bags, and propane gas, so as to keep working in her tortilla sales business.
    Marc
  • Gladys Paola
    Ecuador
    Gladys Paola received a loan from Rachel to buy a heifer, balanced feed, vitamins, salt, molasses, and other supplies.
    Rachel
  • Katupyry Group
    Paraguay
    Katupyry Group received a loan from Jonathan to buy baked goods, vegetables, fruits, canned goods and other products.
    Jonathan
  • Soluz Honduras
    Honduras
    Soluz Honduras received a loan from Jonathan to expand clean energy access to 1600+ Hondurans impacted by COVID-19 and Hurricanes Eta and Iota.
    Jonathan

Impact   Updated Hourly

39
Team Members
$15,875
Amount Funded
422
Loans
10.8
Loans per member