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We loan because...
We believe we can make a difference. Helping people help themselves – that is the essence of the BESTSELLER FOUNDATION. Rather than providing grants and donations, we are opting for more sustainable solutions where we encourage entrepreneurship and the will to improve one’s life. By providing loans we ensure the dignity of the borrowers and motivate them to take responsibility for their own destinies.

About us
The loan project is a partnership between the employees of BESTSELLER and BESTSELLER FOUNDATION.

BESTSELLER is a family-owned clothing and accessories company founded in Denmark in 1975. We provide fast affordable fashion for women, men, teenagers and children. Our products are available online and around the world in branded chain stores, multi-brand and department stores. Read more at about.bestseller.com.

BESTSELLER FOUNDATION is a private philanthropic foundation founded by the family behind BESTSELLER. The foundation aims to fight poverty and environmental degradation by promoting self-sustaining and sustainable development through people and partnerships. Read more at www.bestsellerfoundation.org.

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  • Hannah
    Kenya
    Hannah received a loan from Eugen a single mother to pay for farm inputs, such as seeds, and to hire labour in order for a borrower with a good credit standing to grow more crops on the crop farm.
    Eugen
  • Rosa Liseth
    El Salvador
    Rosa Liseth received a loan from Lisa to buy vitamins, perfumes and lingerie to continue selling.
    Lisa
  • Ozoda
    Tajikistan
    Ozoda received a loan from Christian to purchase a modern sewing machine to develop her business.
    Christian
  • Merdi Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Merdi Group received a loan from Lisa to stock up with two cows to sell meat in her butcher's shop and boost her initial capital.
    Lisa
  • Ailetupe
    Samoa
    Ailetupe received a loan from Jan to buy a sack of flour, a box of curry, a box of chicken, a sack of rice, and a container.
    Jan
  • Baranika
    Solomon Islands
    Baranika received a loan from Jan to buy for empty drums, bags, timber, copper and wet cocoa beans for her cocoa drying business.
    Jan
  • Mary
    Kenya
    Mary received a loan from Trine to buy an additional dairy cow to improve her milk-vending business so that she can make more profits and assure her children a brighter future.
    Trine

Impact   Updated Hourly

2,229
Team Members
$57,800
Amount Funded
1,481
Loans
0.7
Loans per member