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Mi Casa is a local non-profit started over 40 years ago to support the economic success of families with limited opportunities as an organization grounded in our Latino heritage. Our mission continues!

About us
Being the recipient of the SBA's 2017 National Women's Business Center of Excellence award, we are honored and committed to working with budding entrepreneurs and growing small businesses to strengthen our community in relationship and financial stability. Mi Casa Resource Center actively and daily lives out our core values of Community, Integrity, Innovation, Expanding Opportunities, and Connection. Mi Casa continues to work toward its mission through an integrated program strategy of Career, Business, and Youth & Family Development services. Mi Casa believes that when members of a family have realistic opportunities to pursue professional, educational and entrepreneurial advancement – within a culturally responsive and supportive environment – the cycle of poverty will be broken. Supporting Kiva supports our participants and our community.

Location: Denver       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Mike
    Uganda
    Mike received a loan from Elizabeth to buy more produce for trading to secure school fees for his children.
    Elizabeth
  • Nidaa
    Jordan
    Nidaa received a loan from Theresa to buy more fabric and better equipment to sew curtains to sell.
    Theresa
  • Esperance
    Rwanda
    Esperance received a loan from Theresa to buy a delivery van to reach more customers who could not previously afford clean drinking water.
    Theresa
  • Kanyshai
    Kyrgyzstan
    Kanyshai received a loan from Edward to purchase livestock to increase her income from livestock breeding.
    Edward
  • Zhyldyzkan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zhyldyzkan received a loan from Edward to buy sheep in order to increase the number of livestock she owns.
    Edward

Impact   Updated Hourly

46
Team Members
$750
Amount Funded
28
Loans
0.6
Loans per member