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Mission-driven orgs

Mission-driven enterprises seek to scale positive social impact. Your funding helps these enterprises grow by improving cashflow, purchasing inventory or equipment, or providing financing for their clients.

Nurhaime
Philippines
A loan of $525 helps to buy a chiller and a freezer as new inventories in her appliance shop. Read more
Nawara
Philippines
A loan of $1,050 helps to buy vitamins, antibiotics, hypertension medicines and other medicines that are highly demanded at her pharmacy. Read more
Sofia
Philippines
A loan of $375 helps to buy vegetables, fruits and processed-meat products to sell to her customers as highly demanded. Read more
Zenaida
Philippines
A loan of $225 helps to buy at least two load wallets and have those deposited in order to sell internet data load and accept mobile payments. Read more
Belinda
Philippines
A loan of $425 helps to buy women's clothing to meet increasing orders and to prepare for the nearing holiday sales. Read more
Anna Liza
Philippines
A loan of $625 helps to buy shirts, shorts and jogging pants of different styles to pass on to her resellers and pay for the wage of a helper. Read more
Diomedes Isac
Nicaragua
A loan of $300 helps to purchase agricultural products such as calcium, zinc, boron, and other items. Read more
A loan of $300 helps to maintain 1.75 hectares of coffee. Read more
A loan of $1,500 helps to purchase farm inputs such as calcium, zinc and boron to improve the quality of his coffee. Read more
Jonathan Eliu
Nicaragua
A loan of $750 helps to plant .7 hectares of cacao. Read more
Jose Santos
Nicaragua
A loan of $750 helps to finish building a wet mill. Read more
Ines
Philippines
A loan of $225 helps to increase her stock of canned meat and fish products, noodles, instant coffee and biscuits to sell as highly demanded by her customers. Read more
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