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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Double your microloans.

You may already know that you can make a microloan through Kiva. The nice thing about Kiva is that when the loan is repaid you get your money back. Donations to other mircroloan agencies (focusing on the US and other countries) may be be tax-deductible.

Now, Kiva and Advanta have joined forces to create Kiva B4B. When you become a Kiva B4B cardmember, every dollar you donate using your card will be matched by Advanta up to $200 per month. That means your efforts will have twice the impact. You'll also get 5% statement credit for donations to Kiva and other nonprofits, and purchases.

So visit kivab4b.org to learn more. (It's a great webpage!) Read the fine print and see if this credit card is right for you. If you is, you'll double your microloans, double the difference.

Kiva - loans that change lives


"We should try to be the parents of our future rather than the offspring of our past." -Miguel de Unamuno, writer and philosopher (1864-1936)

2 comments:

Karama said...

So What Can I Do is now featured on Alltop.com. Thanks Alltop!

duckling said...

I read the site.

The concept is intriguing, businesses helping businesses. Could the world be uniting under capitalism? I don't know. But at the very least, commerce and charity are no longer mutually exclusive. Well... At least we're taking the first steps.