A loan of $1,000 helped gain working capital for my business, so that I may sell to a wider confection audience.

Rain's story

I am a professional actor and writer, who grew up in Hollywood, I moved to Baltimore MD after my father passed away in 2005. I wanted to create a life for myself outside of Hollywood, and yet still be creative.

Performance and creating my own work, have always been a huge part of my life. I have successfully produced and been touring a solo show, I created for over 17 years, and is now in television development. I am very proud, and also desire to expand my creativity into something more sustainable.

I love keeping life simple and filled with joy. I have an amazing husband and daughter, who give me daily inspiration and joy. The love of my family, is what allows me to create and build a strong foundation. They both have been encouraging me, to follow my love of baking.

At almost 50, I want to establish something that can last generations and add something to the community. Baking cookies does just that.

When I started to put unique mini works of art on my cookies, I noticed it created conversation. People I barley knew or none I knew at all, would chat about the art and smile from the delight of the taste. This, made me beyond happy, and I knew, it was going to bigger than myself.

This loan is special because:

This Kiva loan helps a female entrepreneur bring people together through her artistic cookies.

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About Raindrop Confections

Industry: Food
Years in operation: New Business
Website: raindropconfections.com


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