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Loans for retail businesses

Many entrepreneurs take their first steps as business owners by starting a small shop. Your support can help them grow their dreams.

A loan of $2,475 helps a member to buy more salt, maize flour, and bread for selling. Read more
A loan of $925 helps to buy tires for her business of buying and selling cars. Read more
Fred
Uganda
A loan of $700 helps to buy more bicycle and motorcycle spare parts to sell. Read more
Francis
Philippines
A loan of $250 helps to buy more groceries to sell. Read more
Jeanne Elice
Madagascar
A loan of $225 helps to buy a variety of statuettes and vases. Read more
Rubie
Philippines
A loan of $250 helps to buy items to sell like canned goods and personal care products. Read more
Flor Maria
Ecuador
A loan of $775 helps to buy home products. Read more
Amani
Jordan
A loan of $1,425 helps to buy blankets to offer her customers a warm winter to make an extra income for herself. Read more
A loan of $3,250 helps a member to buy soap, sugar, rice, toothpaste, soft drinks and toilet paper to sell during the back-to-school season. Read more
Alberto
Nicaragua
A loan of $600 helps to buy spare tires, cables, rims, paint and wrenches. Read more
A loan of $2,325 helps a member to buy creams, lipstick, and perfumes. Read more
Wigdan
Jordan
A loan of $850 helps to supply the bookstore with school supplies at the cheapest price to serve the parents in her town to support community members' education. Read more
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