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$250 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Tortilla press Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Give a small loan

Pro Mujer

A $250 loan could allow a client to buy a commercial tortilla press to launch a business selling tortillas. Items such as the tortilla press allow women to work faster and produce more. This initial investment enables women earn more in less time. more

$100 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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A gift of $100 will provide a Vision Entrepreneur with a “Business in a Bag” allowing them to start a VisionSpring micro-franchise. more

$50 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Your gift will be used to teach a group of approximately 100 people financial literacy. This service is provided through Fundefir’s communal banks, and is oriented to teach the poor how to most efficiently use and invest their money to improve their financial opportunities. more

$50 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Buy Bags of Rice Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Loan for a tiny business

ACCION International

With a loan of $50, a client could buy bags of rice and cereal grains to sell in the market. Then the client can use the profits from selling the grains to buy more inventory, improve their home, and to hire an assistant. more

$50 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Your donation can change everything for a family. A small loan and a few skills and small business training sessions make an enormous impact. Mothers and fathers can start a small business that feeds their whole family, clothes their kids and sends them to school. more

$75 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Buy Fruit in Bulk Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Loan for a tiny business

ACCION International

With a loan of $75, a client could buy fruit and vegetables to sell in the market. Then the client can use the profits from her sales to expand her market stall, enroll in a financial literacy class, and help send her children to school. more

$50 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Your gift will leverage $1000 in microloans. This could be used by a seamstress in Bolivia, allowing her to buy a sewing machine and materials to start a business that creates two additional jobs and livelihood for three households. more

$50 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Support Development Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

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Operation USA

Giving a loan (often called “microcredit") for families to launch small enterprises has proven to be a successful strategy in earning income. more

$1,200 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Your gift will allow the Grameen Foundation Educational Scholarship Program to cover the public school fees for five years of a borrower's child. Microfinance is one of the most powerful solutions to poverty in existence today. more

$100 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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With a $100 loan, a Haitian woman can rent a market stall and increase her income two-fold. And you're providing a self-employment loan, not a gift. Your donation will build discipline, responsibility, and self-confidence as women create their own business. more

$45 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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Boost Business Add this gift item to your wishlist or registry

Loan for a woman

Mercy Corps

Recognizing that women worldwide are the engines of advancement for their families, Mercy Corps invests in the small businesses of female entrepreneurs. more

$225 Add this gift item to your shopping cart

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With $225, a woman can start a bakery in India and support her family as a widow. Mary, a 45 year-old widow, was only educated up until primary school. When she lost her husband, she was left with few options to earn a living. Working as a laborer in a bakery unit, she could hardly make ends meet. more