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Arts

With your support, artisans can buy more materials, grow their businesses and preserve local traditions.

Pranvera
Kosovo
A loan of $1,825 helps to purchase a supply of embroidery materials such as thread, fabric and decorative stripes. Read more
Maria Jose
Ecuador
A loan of $450 helps to invest in cotton, craft foam, bars of silicon, poster board, glitter, and other materials. Read more
Lynda
Tonga
A loan of $450 helps to buy pandanus for her weaving business. Read more
Made
Indonesia
A loan of $8,000 helps to invest in a bulk purchase of silver and cow bone. Read more
A loan of $4,625 helps a member to buy plastic material to fabricate more baskets to sell. Read more
Delmi Aracel
El Salvador
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy silk thread, poly-silk thread, and other raw materials to increase her inventory and so to increase production of crafts. Read more
A loan of $675 helps to buy ivory palm and other materials to make handicrafts. Read more
A loan of $3,650 helps a member to purchase fabrics, paints, paint brushes, and other products. Read more
Malia
Tonga
A loan of $1,200 helps to buy pandanus for her weaving and also pay cargo fees for sending her mats overseas. Read more
Maile
Tonga
A loan of $2,675 helps to buy mulberry for her tapa-making business and also to plow and plant her own mulberry plantation. Read more
Siu
Tonga
A loan of $1,875 helps to buy mulberry for her tapa making business and also buy a fakapa tutu machine so that her work will be easier. Read more
Tufui
Tonga
A loan of $2,675 helps to build her own tapa-making table and to buy mulberry and tapa paper for her business. Read more
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