Kiva event in Vancouver, BC (3/15)

March 15
* 1:30 PM, Empire Landmark Hotel, "Bridging The Gap" conference
* 7:30 PM, Shenanigans, Meet-Up with lenders and volunteers

About Group Loans...

Towards the end of last year, Kiva decided to allow partners to post loans for groups of borrowers in addition to individual borrowers. The main reason we decided to move forward with this is that it represents a truer picture of what’s happening on the ground since many borrowers actually borrow in groups. It also allows our microfinance field partners to more efficiently seek funding for larger numbers of entrepreneurs – before, they would be supporting groups of borrowers but would have to enter them one by one into the Kiva system.

Shop for Kiva! Nau Warehouse Sale this week in NYC


NAU WAREHOUSE SALE in NYC this week: 3/6-9

Kiva / GOOD Magazine Event in NYC










Kiva / GOOD event 3/4 in NYC
Come support Kiva in NYC on Tuesday, March 4 from 7-10pm
@ Felissimo Townhouse
10 West 56 Street

Thanks to Microsoft Office Online

Microsoft Office Online has generously featured Kiva in its Finance Guide and throughout the Office Online site. We are grateful for this relationship - Microsoft has supported Kiva from the beginning. Check out more about this partnership on our Kiva Supporters page.

Thanks to 111 Minna Gallery and arthead sf - Silent Art Auction Fundraiser for Kiva - TONIGHT 2/5!

Many thanks to arthead sf and 111 Minna Gallery for holding a Silent Art Auction Fundraiser tonight to benefit Kiva!


The arthead SF contributing artists will auction off artwork to raise money for kiva.org.Participating artists include: Beth Bojarski, John Casey, Micke Tong, Tiffany Schmierer, Noah Biel, Rene Gagnon, Alexis Mackenzie, Tony Guaraldi Brown, Sarah Spitler, Shawn Hardy, Christine Kelser, Godfrey Lim, Lucien Shapiro, Stacy Martin, Ellen Black, Rachelle Cohen and Debbie Horn.

Vote for Kiva for MySpace Impact Awards

We're thrilled to announce that MySpace has named Kiva a Finalist for this month’s MySpace Impact Awards, in the category of Poverty Relief.

In the upcoming weeks, MySpace users will select a winner from among the three nominees.

Vote for Kiva today!

Kenyan Kiva borrower identified in Reuters news story

Reuters recently picked up a story published by IRIN, titled "UGANDA: More Kenyan displaced arriving at refugee centres."

Don't you think Kiva is going to make the world a better place?

Kiva has been nominated for "Most likely to make the world a better place" in the 2007 Crunchies, a collaboration project between GigaOm, Read/WriteWeb, VentureBeat and TechCrunch which recognizes the most compelling startups, internet and technology innovations of the year.

Vote for Kiva here! (We're in great company.)


Kenya's humanitarian crisis

The situation unfolding in Kenya has received a lot of press attention lately, and for good reason (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/7172103.stm).

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