Micro-Loans

In honor of those we have known as mothers and fathers, we offer micro-loans to support those caring for their own families.

 

Through KIVA.ORG, we choose one mother and one father from another country and offer an interest free loan to help them expand their family business. The loan is repaid through the year, and then re-loaned to another honoree the next year. Money we would have spent on trinkets to recognize parents on Mother's Day and Father's Day is added to the new loans, along with any special gifts that have been given for the project. 

The pictures and bios of our honorees are shared on Mother's Day and Father's Day, then posted so we can keep them in our prayers for the year to come. You are invited to join us in praying for these honorees, and all are welcome to help expand the amount of our annual loans.

You can learn more by visiting www.KIVA.org

Nenita, 49 years old, is married and has five children. She has been in farming for many years, and she earns a good income from this. She successfully repaid her previous loan, used for buying fertilizer, and now she has taken a new loan. She planned to use it to purchase fertilizer to restore farm nutrients, to have a productive harvest. She is happy to say that with this loan, the entire farm will have been improved, and she will rest assured of a productive farm in the future.

Nenita

Nathan, is a father of five children. He is a farmer, selling both cattle and agri-produce in Kamwenge, on the western side of Uganda. He started these businesses 15 years ago, to provide for his family. His personal dream is to educate his children up to university level, as well as to own a bigger agri-produce store. He is challenged by the poor road networks that are impassable during the rainy season. 

Uganda is located in central Africa, between D.R. Congo, S. Sudan, Tanzania, and Kenya.

Nathan