Oct 27, 2015 KV Kiva HQ
By Talea Miller
Celebrating 10 Years of Impact

The Kiva staff celebrating a decade of impact outside Kiva's headquarters in San Francisco.

In October of 2005, Kiva was founded as a nonprofit and an incredible journey began. Ten years later, Kiva has grown into a global force for good and a place where acts of mutual respect, kindness and faith occur every hour of every day.

We’ll be celebrating a decade of impact over the next year and have so much in store to share with you. But we wanted to take this moment to extend a very sincere thank you to all Kiva borrowers, lenders, Field Partners, volunteers and staff. Look at what you made possible:

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I would love to share your article - but the FB button is only allowing a "like."

I copied and pasted the link into a message. It loaded and posted well, but a "share" button would be helpful.

Not the FB like button but the bigger FB button that says "share this milestone".

I would love to post the info that you have here, it's awesome what KIVA has achieved but it only shares a link

Gracias por existir. El mundo necesita gente como vosotros OS conocí a través de un programa árabe de ahmed choukairi. Muchas gracias.

Gracias por existir. El mundo necesita gente como vosotros OS conocí a través de un programa árabe de ahmed choukairi. Muchas gracias.

congratulations #teamkiva! how do i borrow?

Hi good day please I need lon but I don't know how to apply or how to get it thank you very much imtithal bakdash

I have been requesting a loan of Kes.200,000 but I have never gotten through though you say it is easy. Kindly send me an online form which will enable me to fill and get this loan. thank you. Christine

I would love to apply for kiva loan! how do i apply?

Can you please give information for a loan for farming.

Butuh dana pinjaman $15.000 untuk modal usaha pertokoan dan pertanian

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Talea is excited to combine her love for powerful storytelling and her digital strategy experience. She comes to Kiva from the Kaiser Family Foundation, where she managed digital strategy for the foundation's consumer-focused PSA campaigns. Prior to that she was a reporter and producer at the PBS NewsHour for five years. At the NewsHour she had the opportunity to travel extensively in the developing world as part of the program's global health unit, covering a wide range of stories including the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, doctor shortages in Tanzania and the mistreatment of the mentally ill in Indonesia. In addition to being a news junkie, Talea enjoys photography, hiking and attempting to paint. She graduated from Northwestern University with a B.S. in Journalism and is originally from Maryland. So she also knows a lot about horses.

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