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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

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Augustus
    Uganda
    Augustus received a loan from Ellen buy more stock of clothes to sell to raise school fees for his children.
    Ellen
  • Sandra Milena
    Colombia
    Sandra Milena received a loan from Deb to buy more chickens to raise, food for them and to build a new barn for her different productions.
    Deb
  • Etleva
    Albania
    Etleva received a loan from Tony to work the land and to buy leeks, onions and spinach seeds for the next working season.
    Tony
  • Marjorie
    Papua New Guinea
    Marjorie received a loan from 2 team members to build a handicraft business to support her remote community in the Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea.
    Mark & Evelyn Doug
  • Jenny
    Papua New Guinea
    Jenny received a loan from Doug to increase her table market stock.
    Doug
  • Bosembo Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Bosembo Group received a loan from 1 team members to stock up on wholesale bundles of second-hand clothing to strengthen her initial capital.
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  • Samuel
    Colombia
    Samuel received a loan from Doug to buy iron, recycled metals and welding guns.
    Doug
  • Nicolae
    Moldova
    Nicolae received a loan from Doug for the procurement of machinery and wood for making bee hives.
    Doug
  • Delfina
    Mexico
    Delfina received a loan from Peter to invest in a bulk purchase of raw materials, including wool and dyes, bring on additional weavers at her workshop, and acquire new stainless steel tubs.
    Peter
  • Kimiyakhan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Kimiyakhan received a loan from Edie to purchase pedigreed cattle to increase her income from cattle breeding.
    Edie

Impact   Updated Hourly

54
Team Members
$94,275
Amount Funded
3,377
Loans
62.5
Loans per member