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1,769 lending teams in the "Colleges/Universities" category
  • Nagoya University G30 Economists

    5 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Nagoya, Japan Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Nov, 2011
    We loan because: "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
    -Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • 創価大学 SHARE Project

    創価大学 SHARE Project

    3 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Hachioji, Tokyo Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Oct, 2011
    We loan because: we believe that we can make a change in the world
  • Laurea University of Applied Sciences

    Laurea University of Applied Sciences

    1 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Finland Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Oct, 2011
    We loan because: Lending a helping hand at the right moment can change lives. We believe in local communities and their power to change the big picture over time.
  • Cheerful Post Eighties

    4 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    Hong Kong Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Oct, 2011
    We loan because: we want to share.
  • McPherson College

    McPherson College

    3 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    McPherson, Kan. Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Sep, 2011
    We loan because: We care about entrepreneurs. We especially care about social entrepreneurship. When we kicked off our entrepreneurship program last year, co-founder Jessica Jackley was a big part of the kickoff. This site is perfectly…
  • Delta Phi Epsilon @NYU

    Delta Phi Epsilon @NYU

    3 members have lent $25 in 1 loans
    New York, NY Category: Colleges/Universities Team since: Jul, 2011
    We loan because: we want to make a significant and meaningful difference in the world.