Michelle(right), daughter of Merly Donesa(left) sells street food and candies in their house. Part of the Micro Loan Program in the Philippines. Michelle, a kidney patient have something to do in between dialysis.

One of the most recent recipients in the village of Dahung, Philippines sells street food to hungry passersby.

Owner of a clothing shop where she resells items purchased from the local market. With the income from her small business she is able to provide daily necessities for her family.

Merly Donesa

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Donation Total: $25

Lyra Grace Sambo

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Donation Total: $25

Lilia Sabio

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Donation Total: $25

Viton Chery’s shop at Titanyen is thriving after getting her loan. She sells. milk, popcorn, oil, spaghetti, rice, garlic, butter and more.

Pastor of a church in the village we partner with in Haiti – Titanyen. He purchased pens and other basic office supplies to earn a small bit of profits to assist in daily needs.

Janine Gelin

Janine Gelin in her shop made possible through micro-loan we sponsored. Great to see lives moving forward!

Viton Chery

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Donation Total: $25

Joseph Iphalon

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Donation Total: $25

Janine Gelin

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Donation Total: $25

Meet Odine Bramblin with her business at Titanyen, Haiti. She is selling charcoal. She started off with a micro loan of around $100.

Raiyan and her family are part of our livestock empowerment program in the small village of Sum Ag on the island of Negros in the Philippines.

Odine Bramblin

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Donation Total: $25

Raiyan Padilla

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Donation Total: $25