A loan of $2,375 helped a member to invest in her business by purchasing more new and used clothes for re-sale.

Jesuscristo Es La Puerto Group's story

Roselin P. dreams of expanding her small business and turning it into a store with a variety of different clothes. She lives today in San Pedro D. Macoris. Roselin P. is a woman with four children ages 11, 9, 7, and 5. She has two jobs each day she wakes up: one is to take care of her children and the other is to find a way to live comfortably with them in a small house of her own.

Rosalin belongs to an association in San Pedro D. Macoris called "Jesucristo". The fifteen members of this association are there for the same purpose: to make a better future for themselves and their loved ones. Roselin is asking for a loan to buy more clothes to sell, and thereby proviD. more benefits for the ones she loves.

Roselin and her story are typical of the "Jesucristo" Bank of Hope, 15 men and women who work hard to improve their lives with the help of their small loans. Each of these men and women has taken out a similar loan to that of Roselin's--these fifteen members are able to manage with the help that you give our organization. Thank you!

In this group: Roselin, Marie, Quetrek, Laurimene, Maria, Nelia, Ramon, Mercilia, Gyslaine, Lurden, Celia, Marie, Etude, Onaise*, Emmeline
*not pictured

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