A loan of $1,100 helped a member to buy merchandise.


Las Reynas Group's story

Victoria is the coordinator of the group "Las Reynas" (The Queens). She started her business to help her husband with the expenses of the household and children, and also because she could not continue employment since she had nobody to care for her son. She started selling fried foods and sweets, and gradually added products in order to offer more and better items to her clients, starting to sell tacos and meals. These provided better profits and are what she is now selling.

Ramona started her business to help with the household expenses and to help her children get ahead and have a better quality of life. She started selling clothing to her sisters and aunts, and later set herself up in a street market. Now they come and buy from her in her home, and she has been in business for about 5 years.

Griselda started her business in order to get ahead and to help her husband with the household expenses. She started selling clothing from her house, and gradually moved into the street markets and in this way has been able to support her family.

Bertha started her business in order to help her husband with the expenses and also in order to have something to fill her time since she was not working and needed something to do and to earn some income in addition to that of her husband. Three years ago she started selling frozen treats and fried foods in the plaza, which has been going well for her since she still has her stand in her house.

They need a loan of $1100, which they will repay in 6 months, in order to buy merchandise and be able to continue their businesses. With your help they will get ahead.

In this group: Victoria Janeth, Maria Bertha, Griselda Vianey, Ramona

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Geoffrey and Susan Gall


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