A loan helped a member to restock more groceries for her small shop.

White Horse Group's story

Purity always strives for success no matter how difficult it may seem. She is married to a teacher and they are blessed with four children, three of whom are still in school.

She commenced with a vegetable stall at her front yard in Unit A in 2014 which made her a visible and popular person in her neighborhood. This gave her an advantage that when the vegetable stall gave birth to a small grocery shop, there were less marketing efforts to employ, as many people were used to buying from her on a daily basis.

She continued to grow her business though at a very slow pace as she used to face acute working capital shortages from time to time. This pushed her to look for financial leverage and they came to Thrive. With this knowledge, Purity is realizing notable improvement in her restocking level and profits. This enabled her to buy some property for her kitchen and paying fees for her children. Purity got $500 to restock more groceries for her small shop.

In this group: Susan, Betty, Purity

This loan is special because:

It helps women access affordable funding with targeted business training.

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