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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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  • Juan Carlos
    El Salvador
    Juan Carlos received a loan from Doug to purchase stainless steel sheeting and electrodes to get an order that has been made in his metal shop.
  • Rami
    Rami received a loan from 2 team members to buy glass and aluminium for making windows.
    Theresa Doug
  • Chey
    Chey received a loan from Mark & Evelyn to cover his university fees from the first to the fourth year for a BA in Khymer Literature.
    Mark & Evelyn
    $725 to go
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  • Nestor
    Nestor received a loan from Doug the borrower to have his own upholstery workshop so that he can earn more income for his family.
  • Klodian
    Klodian received a loan from Doug to buy new and used parts to repair broken equipment that he also buys, which he will sell later after repairs are done.
    $1,450 to go
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  • Obdulio
    El Salvador
    Obdulio received a loan from Doug to purchase hay to bake the bricks, and thus have sufficient product to cover the orders that his customers have placed.
  • Gerardo
    Gerardo received a loan from Doug to buy aluminum and fuel and to pay for maintenance on his tools.
  • Flabio De Jesus
    Flabio De Jesus received a loan from Kari purchase construction materials like cement, sand, adobes, and wood.
  • Ponama Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Ponama Group received a loan from Kari to sell farm inputs and other farm-related products.
  • Jayme
    United States
    Jayme received a loan from Leslie bridge the gap between grant award reimbursements in order to develop the local food networks in Alabama.
  • Carmen Reinalda
    El Salvador
    Carmen Reinalda received a loan from Colin to buy paper, plastic, wire, dye, blankets and threads for her business of selling floral arrangements and embroidered blankets.

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