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We loan because...
we care about our global community.

As employees working at Zillow Group we are especially interested in housing.

Kiva does a great job of explaining why housing loans are so important:

"Many poor families are financially unable to purchase a house that meets their needs. Housing loans funded on Kiva give families access to capital to improve their homes and an opportunity to pay loans back at a pace that they can handle. The housing and small business loans featured on Kiva share a common purpose: they alleviate conditions of poverty and enable families to lead more stable lives."

About us
We are all individuals that are independently contributing to Kiva loans and work at Zillow Group.

Location: Seattle, WA      


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  • Kunthea Group
    Kunthea Group received a loan from Susan to purchase a motorcycle for commuting to work.
  • Manjano Foundation
    Manjano Foundation received a loan from Susan to train 500 Tanzanian women in entrepreneurship and cosmetic sales so they can raise their income beyond $1/day.
    $23,400 to go
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  • Tujimbere Group
    Tujimbere Group received a loan from Adam to increase her capital to buy food products for her restaurant.
    $2,425 to go
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  • Vinnem Group
    Burkina Faso
    Vinnem Group received a loan from Adam to buy a load of firewood to sell.
  • Tierra Caliente Ii Group
    Tierra Caliente Ii Group received a loan from Susan to open up a convenience store since there are none nearby, and with her loan, to buy rice, beans, sugar, soft drinks and cleaning products, all at the wholesale level.
  • Abizerwa Cb Group
    Abizerwa Cb Group received a loan from Susan to buy more rice, Irish potatoes, sugar and salt to sell.
  • Rosalba Marlene
    Rosalba Marlene received a loan from Susan to buy spark plugs, breaks, a battery, and seat repair for her vehicle.
  • Rosa Elvira
    El Salvador
    Rosa Elvira received a loan from Susan to buy raw materials such as yucca, oil, flour, corn, etc. in order to make and sell antojitos.
  • Orlando Geovanny
    El Salvador
    Orlando Geovanny received a loan from Susan to buy 4 calves, as well as supplies for growing corn and yucca.

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