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We loan because...
We support Esperanza's work in the field. Esperanza is one of the few microfinance institutions that offers financial services to the 800,000+ Haitian-Dominicans living in the Dominican Republic.

About us
We love Esperanza because this institution strives to reach the poorest and most isolated populations of the Dominican Republic, which is possible through their community banking model.
In addition to loans, Esperanza also provides its clients with additional complementary services:
- Vocational courses
- Dental treatment
- Preventative health trainings
- Literacy classes
- Basic entrepreneurial/business principles trainings
- And more!

Location: Dominican Republic       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Saban
    Cambodia
    Saban received a loan from Emily to purchase cows for raising.
    Emily
  • Interactuar
    Colombia
    Interactuar received a loan from Emily entrepreneurs and internally displaced populations restart their businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
    Emily
    $410,650 to go
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  • Jenny
    Haiti
    Jenny received a loan from Ray & Teresa to increase her stock of merchandise.
    Ray & Teresa
  • Annia
    Haiti
    Annia received a loan from Ray & Teresa to build up her stock of food products.
    Ray & Teresa
  • Rashon
    United States
    Rashon received a loan from Dave which helps a young black-owned business assist clients with their financial strains.
    Dave
  • Tobias
    Kenya
    Tobias received a loan from Dave to access premium seeds and high quality fertilizer for 1 acre of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing for increased productivity and profits.
    Dave
  • Jeanese
    Haiti
    Jeanese received a loan from Derrick to increase he supply of milk and flour.
    Derrick
  • Paulino Juan
    Peru
    Paulino Juan received a loan from Aaron Roth to purchase building materials to provide a safe home for his family.
    Aaron Roth
  • Tiberio
    Peru
    Tiberio received a loan from Aaron Roth to buy silver and restore normal operations in his workshop.
    Aaron Roth

Impact   Updated Hourly

82
Team Members
$50,725
Amount Funded
1,835
Loans
22.4
Loans per member