Jun 10, 2013 KV Kiva HQ
By Camille Ricketts
Dedicate a loan to Dad this Father's Day!
Dedicate a loan to the dads in your life today!

Just go to kiva.org/lend, and look for the heart before you check out. Click to dedicate your loan to Dad — and even include a special message about why you chose that loan just for him.

When you dedicate a loan on Kiva you do three good deeds at once:
  • Give a dad in your life an unforgettable gift.
  • Give someone else in the world the tools they need to succeed.
  • Your repayments get donated to Kiva to help us reach even more borrowers.

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Hi Camille, Thanks for the article. I tried to find the heart that you mentioned to make a donation, but I simply just cant find it. Would you advice again how I can make this Father's day Loan to Eladio, please? Thanks.

Dave this loan is dedicated to you for Father's Day 2013. It is a very worthy cause in helping these people to get ahead with their entrepreneurship. Happy Fathers' Day Dave !!

Happy Father's Day Dad! A loan to Domingo in Nicaragua was made in your honor. Like you, Domingo is a hard-working man and a good husband and father. Also like you, he sells medicine. This loan will help him build a bathroom for the family home.

Thanks for your good and impressive work.

Happy father's day to all dads! This is the reason that I made a leap of faith and start borrowing on Kiva. Nice vid, good speech Eladio :).

how can i get a kiva loan . i posted my request some times ago .im illusioned.help.i want to do crop farming .im in kenya

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Camille Ricketts Camille brings her passion for storytelling to Kiva, where she helps create and curate online content. A longtime journalist, she started her career reporting on arts and culture for the Wall Street Journal in London and New York. In 2008, she joined San Francisco-based blog VentureBeat, writing about  green technology, policy and finance. Most recently, she worked in public relations for electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors. Outside of work, Camille volunteers as a web designer for maternal health nonprofit Saving Mothers. She holds a B.A. in women's history from Stanford University, where she also served as editor in chief of The Stanford Daily.

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