A loan of $5,100 helped a member to buy chickens to sell.

Flor Margarita Group's story

The new members of this group are Sras. Lucia Maricela, Margarita, and Gloria. They engage in different retail businesses selling natural products, frozen popsicles, and chickens.

Sra. Gloria is 36 years old and has been selling chickens and vegetables for two years. She says that she sells the chickens in the subdivisions within her community. Gloria started her business by purchasing two chickens. She realized that this would be a good venture to pursue and decided to buy more. On one occasion, she did not have enough money to buy a case of chickens. A friend suggested that she work with Fundación Realidad so that she could expand her business. What she likes most about her business is that the chickens she sells are very good and generate excellent income that will improve the life of her children.

Doña Gloria is a single mother with five children: José Manuel, Marisol, Rubi, Esperanza, and José Antonio. Her children are her greatest treasures and the motivation that drives her to work each day. She is requesting a loan to buy more chickens, butchered and live, that she can sell. Gloria says that she is pleased with the support that Fundación Realidad has given her so that she can work more, earn more income, and provide a good education for her children.

The members of this group express their thanks to Fundación Realidad for helping single women who want to make progress.

In this group: Beda Sofia, Celestina, Margarita, Yessenia, Alicia, Magali Beatriz, Adela, Alejandrina*, Maria Luisa, Lucia Maricela, Margarita, Gloria
*not pictured

Translator profile picture

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ronan Reodica

Loan details

Lenders and lending teams

Loan details