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Retail loans

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 $3,600 helps a member to buy a variety of footwear to sell. Read more
Ana
United States
A loan of $9,000 helps a Latina business owner to increase the stock of jewelry products and store expansion in Oakland. Read more
Shaunessi
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps fight breast cancer in women by increasing inventory to formulate 100% toxic free hygiene products. Read more
A loan of $3,425 helps a member to buy clothing, shoes, variety goods and others. Read more
A loan of $1,500 helps to buy Converse shoes, sandals, and tennis shoes. Read more
A loan of $4,600 helps a member to resupply her store with basic items and clothing. Read more
A loan of $5,700 helps a member to purchase food products with 50 percent and a sewing machine, fabrics, and gemstones with the other 50 percent. Read more
Fatma
Egypt
A loan of $975 helps to buy modern kitchen products to sell. Read more
Hava
Turkey
A loan of $600 helps to increase her shoe store's product range and include new products such as hats, bags, and wallets. Read more
A loan of $525 helps to increase her working capital and buy t-shirts, embroidery hoops, thread, beads, seed beads, needles, glue and onyx paper. Read more
Mariam
Burkina Faso
A loan of $1,375 helps to buy 50 pairs of shoes of varying qualities, and to save to ensure her family's wellbeing. Read more
Serina
Samoa
A loan of $1,375 helps to buy a new display cooler, a chest freezer, snacks, frozen foods, canned foods, a sack of onions, and potatoes. Read more
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