A loan of $3,075 helped a member to restock her grocery store with fried food, candy, soda, and other items.

Doncellas Group's story

Julia is a young woman. She has two children, who are nine and two years of age. She lives in a common law marriage and makes a living from running a store; she has a small grocery store. She began approximately two years ago, turning part of the living room into a room for her business. She says that with this loan she wants to restock her business with fried food, candy, soda, and other items. Julia wants to build a room in what is now the garage in order to attract more clients, as the garage is more visible. She is a member of the solidarity group called Doncellas. They are all women who fight for the well-being of their families and to get ahead financially.

In this group: Aracely Nohemi, Julia, Karla Elizabeth, Maria De La Luz , Maria De Los Angeles

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Eloise Minogue

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