New, How to Nearly Double Your Dollars Through this Remarkable Microlender

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Summary: New loan matching technique really increases impact of donations at this microlender.

UnitedProsperity's unique microloan matching technique helped Farida, a small businesswomen living on less than $2 a day in India, obtain $175 in financing. She used the proceeds to expand her sewing business and has now been able to send her daughter to school.

Nearly 2.5 billion people in the world live in extreme poverty. They do not have access to basic necessities which most of us take for granted. Helping so many people come out of poverty mandates that we utilize every dollar to its fullest extent. Microloan matching significantly increases the impact for individual givers.

Want your poverty-fighting donations to get matched, every time? A new San Francisco non-profit, microlender, UnitedPropserity.org , has created a remarkable and innovative system to match all the dollars loaned through it. That means for a microlender who contributes perhaps $25 to help an impoverished entrepreneur, the impact of that loan will nearly be doubled. Click here now to see a great example of the process.

HOW IT WORKS

Through UnitedProsperity an individual's contribution is used to guarantee approximately half of a loan request from an impoverished entrepreneur. But it will be enough to convince a local bank to match the rest, and to release the whole amount the borrower is seeking.

UnitedProsperity has been in business approximately 6 months but has already used this unique matching process to fund the needs of over 200 women entrepreneurs who are living in absolute poverty. To learn more please visit: UnitedProsperity.org

Bala Viswanath, founder of UnitedProsperity said, "Nearly 2.5 billion people in the world live in extreme poverty. They do not have access to basic necessities which most of us take for granted. Helping so many people come out of poverty mandates that we utilize every dollar to its fullest extent. Microloan matching significantly increases the impact for individual givers."

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