A loan of $3,950 helped a member to purchase shoes for women, men and children by catalog.

La Juquilita Group's story

Luz Maydet A. Ramírez is a native of the state of Guerrero. She is the president of the group “La Juquilita”, and works selling shoes by catalog to support her family. She has a 2½-year old child, is married and 26 years of age. Her greatest dream is to grow her business, and she tells us that this latest loan will help finance the purchase of shoes. She is thankful to the Foundation for the support of her business. She says that she very much likes how the Foundation works, as well as her interest rate, the rewards and the personal treatment. She also mentions that, hopefully, the Foundation will continue to help support her efforts for a long time so the group can grow their businesses.

The Foundation got its name due to the town’s deep-rooted religious belief in the Virgin of Juquila. There are 10 hard-working members in the group, and they are all grateful to the Foundation for its confidence and understanding. The members are: Clara M. J., who sells chickens; Evangelista Hernández M., who makes tamales, Yazmín Alicia Ríos García, who sells clothing; Yanina M. J. and Maricruz A. C., who sell food; Gloria M. C., who sells tamales; Luz Maydet A. Ramírez, who sells shoes by catalog; Dayna Yánez M., who sells perfume; Ángel Yair García A., who is a bricklayer; and Florentino L. Rodríguez, who sells bottled water.

They are very glad for financing to grow their businesses, and comment that the group is united and working as a team.

In this group: Clara, Evangelista, Yazmin Alicia, Yanina, Maricruz, Gloria, Luz Maydet, Dayna, Angel Yair, Florentino

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