Contest: Win A Kiva $25 Gift Card

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I posted a bit about the Milepoint Kiva Lending Team the other day.
You can read the post here.

I think Kiva is a really interesting and great non-profit. Their efforts are helping people all over the world become successful due to the generosity of it’s members.
Once you make a loan, you will see progress updates from Kiva through your 
e-mail. As the borrower repays the loan, the money becomes available in your account. You can then fund another loan, donate it to Kiva or withdraw it for something else. There is a 98.87 repayment rate for ended loans.

I joined the Milepoint Kiva Lending Team recently. Milepoint has been deeply involved in Kiva and has made a huge impact with it’s efforts.

Here are some stats about the impact of Milepoint:

  • Number of Team Members: 584
  • Number of Loans: 32,016
  • Number of Loans Per Member: 54.8
  • Total Amount Loaned: $1,510,875
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If you are thinking of joining Kiva, why not join the Milepoint team?
To join Click Here

To show my support for Kiva, I am running a contest and the rules are very simple:

Leave a comment at the end of this post (don’t sign it anonymous) and you will be entered for a chance to win a $25 Kiva Gift Card.

I have TWO Kiva gift cards to give away- I will be giving one $25 Kiva gift card and Milepoint matched my offer and will be giving me another for this contest.

Contest ends on 2/17/12
The winners will be selected using

Kiva Gift Cards are also being given out on Mommy Points and Frequent Miler

27 thoughts on “Contest: Win A Kiva $25 Gift Card

  1. I have made about 4 kiva loans in the past year, but I wouldn’t mind winning so I can help out another person 🙂

  2. I joined this site last year and it’s been incredible that I’ve pretty much gotten back the $100 I put in in about 8 months or so. I’ve put every dollar back for more loans and actually look forward to checking the balance monthly to see if I’ve got enough to make another loan, so the more I can credit to my account, the better!

  3. Your comment on another site brought me over here, and I’m really interested in Kiva and in reading through your blog–it looks interesting!

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