A loan of $3,875 helped a member this group would like to improve their various businesses, like Luz who would like to sell more clothes to better support her two children.


Bienestar En Dios (Well-Being In God) Groups Ii-4 And I-6's story

Luz, whose name means “light” in Spanish, lives with her husband and four children, ages 15, 14, 13 and 5. They live in a small house maD. of cement blocks with a cement roof and a cement floor. She has a small business selling clothing out of her house. She buys clothing in bulk packs and then sells each piece individually. Luz has successfully repaid 3 loans to Esperanza International and is now requesting her fourth loan. She wants to be able to continue to buy more clothing and expand her business so that her kids can grow up with everything they need and get a good education.

Note: This is a group loan for 10 people.

In this group: Luz, Quenida, Juana, Dolores, Francisco, Francisca, Mrinelly, Maribel, Sofia, Alicia
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