A loan of $4,125 helped a member to purchase groceries for selling.

Paso De La Reyna Group's story

This communal bank is named "Paso de la Reyna". It is comprised of four humble, hardworking people who wish to improve their lives.
This group's leader is Rosa Maria, a humble, hardworking lady. She sells antojitos (a typical Mexican snack) and groceries such as mayonnaise, beans, tomatoes, crackers, ham, sausage, milk, coffee, bread, sweets, refreshments, olive oil, sugar, salt, toilet paper, detergent and toothpaste.
She requested the loan in order to purchase more groceries for selling on wholesale and retail.
The other members of the group are Calixto, who sells cattle; Miguel, who sells cattle; and Alberto, who sells wooden furniture.
They are all very thankful for the loan they have gotten and they want to keep on striving to improve their living conditions everyday.

In this group: Rosa Maria, Calixto, Miguel, Alberto

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Renata Wolff

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