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Lending teams are self-organized groups built around common interests, school affiliation or location.

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1,942 lending teams in the "Schools" category
  • Springer Elementary School

    Springer Elementary School

    18 members have lent $17,100 in 677 loans
    Mountain View, CA Category: Schools Team since: Feb, 2009
    We loan because: We want every Springer Student to learn that each of us can have a positive impact on the world.
  • ISL Mi-Fi Fund

    ISL Mi-Fi Fund

    7 members have lent $17,050 in 181 loans
    Switzerland Category: Schools Team since: Aug, 2009
  • Fort Saskatchewan High School

    Fort Saskatchewan High School

    5 members have lent $16,075 in 226 loans
    Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Canada Category: Schools Team since: Apr, 2009
    We loan because: We know that small sacrifices for us can result in large dividends for others.
  • European School Frankfurt

    2 members have lent $15,200 in 401 loans
    Frankfurt am Main, Germany Category: Schools Team since: Oct, 2009
    We loan because: We care about creating a more peaceful and fair world for people of all nations, languages and cultures.
  • Lloydminster Public School Division

    Lloydminster Public School Division

    17 members have lent $15,050 in 566 loans
    Lloydminster, Alberta Category: Schools Team since: Dec, 2011
    We loan because: We want our students to realize they can impact the global community
  • Learning by Loaning

    Learning by Loaning

    13 members have lent $15,050 in 601 loans
    Category: Schools Team since: Sep, 2008
    We loan because: Kiva gives young people the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of people around the world. When teachers incorporate Kiva into the curriculum students feel empowered, become more interested in their…