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These borrowers are fueling their communities with food (and love) at markets, small grocery stores and restaurants.

Mona
Egypt
A loan of $2,550 helps to expand her business with various grocery food products, pay for her children's education, and improve living conditions. Read more
A loan of $1,800 helps a member to buy more groceries such as soft drinks, milk, biscuits, and other products to sell. Read more
Beatrice
Liberia
A loan of $400 helps to buy more dried fish to sell. Read more
Miatta
Liberia
A loan of $525 helps to purchase more rice, charcoal, soap, pepper, cubes, onions, beans, red oil, bread, sugar, tomatoes and other items to sell. Read more
Mekey
Liberia
A loan of $350 helps to purchase more pepper, onions, salt, rice, red oil and other items to sell. Read more
Alexia
United States
A loan of $9,500 helps helps a Chef purchase equipment for a commercial space after high customer demand! Read more
Jose Antonio
Nicaragua
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy flour, yeast, a frying pan and a glass display case. Read more
Chao
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps an authentic Chinese restaurant bounce back to serve its university community after COVID-19. Read more
A loan of $5,550 helps a member to purchase materials to make cakes and also to purchase ice cream. Read more
Kevin
United States
A loan of $8,500 helps to hire staff and purchase much-needed equipment in Long Beach, CA. Read more
A loan of $5,450 helps a member to buy a food cart, a cylinder of gas and the latest designs of clothing. Read more
Mario
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps a family to launch a food business. Read more
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