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

Join as many teams as you'd like, and rally around shared lending goals by counting each of your loans at checkout toward the team's impact.

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39,424 lending teams in all categories
  • World travellers

    World travellers

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Washington, DC and the world Category: Friends Team since: Jul, 2015
    We loan because: want to help businesses profitable in order to improve the quality of life of the the employees and the community.
  • Spokes

    Spokes

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    United States Category: Other Team since: Jul, 2015
    We loan because: Spokes National

    Is a movement to inspire fund and organize mobility, health, and economic vitality through bike culture, cycling industry, and personal health enhanced by bike riding and its connected…
  • Barb & Tim Get Married

    Barb & Tim Get Married

    2 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    San Francisco Category: Events Team since: Jul, 2015
    We loan because: We believe there's an entrepreneur in all of us. As we embark on our new life together, we want to spread our joy and fortune by helping others accomplish their dreams. Join us!
  • WoodenAxe

    WoodenAxe

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Dallas, TX Category: Common Interest Team since: Jul, 2015
  • Yarmouth NS

    Yarmouth NS

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Yarmouth Nova Scotia Category: Other Team since: Jul, 2015
    We loan because: We are connected to Yarmouth Nova Scotia, the best place in the world!
  • Ron and Thora Willis Memorial Fund

    Ron and Thora Willis Memorial Fund

    1 members have lent $0 in 0 loans
    Salt Lake City, UT Category: Memorials Team since: Jul, 2015
    We loan because: We believe that micro-lending is a way to heal the poverty that is at the root of much suffering in the world.