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Loans to artisans

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

Lu'isa
Tonga
A loan of $1,300 helps to buy pandanus for her weaving business. Read more
Victor Hugo
Guatemala
A loan of $1,000 helps to invest in a bulk purchase of wood and varnish. Read more
Jesus
Mexico
A loan of $4,700 helps to invest in a bulk purchase of sheet metal as well as a solderer. Read more
Putu
Indonesia
A loan of $5,700 helps to invest in a bulk purchase of silver and gemstones. Read more
A loan of $650 helps to buy pandanus (raw material from plants) for her weaving business. Read more
Filo
Bolivia
A loan of $875 helps to purchase a great quantity of wool. Read more
Junah
Indonesia
A loan of $850 helps to buy more crafting tools and also to help with implementing her plan to hire women. Read more
A loan of $10,925 helps a member to refinance debt and buy supplies to be able to make her crafts. Read more
A loan of $5,600 helps a member to buy thermoses, leather, glue, imitation leather, and other products. Read more
Mele
Tonga
A loan of $875 helps to buy pandanus (raw material from plants) for her weaving business. Read more
A loan of $2,575 helps to buy mulberry for her tapa making and also helps with their house renovation. Read more
Najah
Jordan
A loan of $2,825 helps to buy material for her crafts to fill her time with work to come up with worthy pieces. Read more
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