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We loan because...
as science fiction fans, we believe in a better future, and that everyone deserves to share in it.

About us
This is a group for members and supporters of the World Science Fiction Convention. It is not an official activity of the event but a personal initiative by convention members. The group was originally founded by members of Renovation, the 2011 Worldcon, but has now been made an ongoing initiative.

Location: Worldwide       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Hiền
    Vietnam
    Hiền received a loan from Vincent to buy construction materials and pay wages for some laborers to repair her old house.
    Vincent
  • Inaam
    Jordan
    Inaam received a loan from Mark & Evelyn to buy blankets for her home-based trading business.
    Mark & Evelyn
  • Mahabat
    Kyrgyzstan
    Mahabat received a loan from Ellen to renovate her home.
    Ellen
  • David Enrique
    Panama
    David Enrique received a loan from Esther to build a small restaurant in rural Panama.
    Esther
  • Leausa
    Samoa
    Leausa received a loan from Edie to buy bags of flour, sugar, yeast, cooking oil, baking trays, icing sugar, butter and a large stove for her business.
    Edie
  • Sina
    Samoa
    Sina received a loan from Lincoln to buy cordials, sugar, a large cooler, a new chest freezer, Chinese candy, and foam cups to run her business.
    Lincoln
  • Gs Emprendedoras Group
    Dominican Republic
    Gs Emprendedoras Group received a loan from Lincoln to purchase chocolate, corn, oil, sugar, rice, bread, beans, eggs, soap, soft drinks, and other products to sell.
    Lincoln
  • Gertrude
    Uganda
    Gertrude received a loan from Theresa to restock more crates of beer, soda, and wines.
    Theresa
  • Laritza Yamaly
    Honduras
    Laritza Yamaly received a loan from Peter to buy clothing for men, women, and children such as shirts, trousers, and dresses, as well as shoes, hair accessories, makeup.
    Peter
  • Ndeye Ndiare's Group
    Senegal
    Ndeye Ndiare's Group received a loan from Melissa to buy chicks and poultry feed in the big cities and then sell them in their neighbourhood.
    Melissa

Impact   Updated Hourly

59
Team Members
$118,050
Amount Funded
4,196
Loans
71.1
Loans per member