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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.

Rosa Ibel
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to purchase seasonings, soup, coffee, sugar, rice, beans, toilet paper, etc. to sell in her store. Read more
Martha Kenia
Nicaragua
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy men's and women's shirts, pants, and blouses wholesale. Read more
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy sugar, rice, beans, oil, kitchen products, and cleaning products wholesale, to stock her store. Read more
Mercedes
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to buy additional items to sell, such as candies, rice grains, condiments, soaps, cigarettes, etc. Read more
Riza
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to buy additional items to sell, including beverages, canned goods, snack foods, and other groceries. Read more
Noel
Philippines
A loan of $1,375 helps to buy additional items to sell, such as rice, canned goods, condiments, and beverages. Read more
Gulzhamal
Kyrgyzstan
A loan of $2,300 helps to buy inventory to increase turnover and product selection. Read more
Marivic
Philippines
A loan of $375 helps to buy items like canned goods and personal care products to sell in her general store. Read more
Angelina
Philippines
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy rice, soft drinks, sugar, cooking oil, bread, beverages, and soap to sell in her store. Read more
Analiza
Philippines
A loan of $300 helps to buy items like canned goods and personal care products to sell in her general store. Read more
Jasmin
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to buy items like canned goods and personal care products to sell in her general store. Read more
Mercy
Philippines
A loan of $350 helps to buy items like canned goods, personal care products, shampoo, drinks, bread, and snack foods to sell. Read more
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