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Black Lives Matter.

Dreams are universal, opportunity is not. There is so much opportunity that is not open or accessible to Black Americans due to long-standing systemic racism. This is not fair and this is not right.

No single individual or organization can resolve systemic racism alone. We all have a part to play in making things better and we need to do this together. At Kiva, we’re focused on getting money to marginalised communities—especially those who can’t traditionally access it due to discrimination.

We believe that everyone should have financial opportunity. We also believe that everyone should have the right to feel safe both at home and in public, and should have the opportunity to safely protest against police brutality and systemic injustices.

We'll get back to fighting for financial inclusion another day. Today we want to focus on social justice so instead of making a Kiva loan, please donate to the NAACP, ACLU, SPLC, Greenlining and Black Lives Matter.

We’re here and we’re with you.
The Kiva Community

About the author

Neville Crawley

Neville joined Kiva as CEO in the fall of 2017. He brings nearly two decades of experience leading global business and technology ventures, most recently as the CEO of Quid, a platform that analyzes the world's collective intelligence to help answer strategic questions. During Neville’s career he has worked in China, Nigeria, Brazil, Malaysia and across the Middle East, including 4 years working for McKinsey & Company and as the publisher of China Economic Review. These experiences and his passion for technology and service led Neville to Kiva. He is dedicated to serving Kiva’s mission and delivering ‘loans that change lives’ on the largest possible scale and with maximum impact. Neville graduated in studio arts from Manchester Metropolitan University, studied Chinese at SOAS University of London, and holds an M.B.A. from London Business School.