Philanthropic Firm Trivani Uses Microfranchising to Help Impoverished Residents

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Dee Mower, President of Trivani International, the world’s first purpose-driven marketing company, is using a vast microfranchise system to help impoverished people in Asia, Africa and beyond earn money for food, water and other life necessities.

Trivani International® (http://www.trivani.net/), the world’s first purpose-driven marketing company, is using a robust micro-loan and microfranchise program to help poverty stricken people across the globe. The program, active in Africa, Asia and other areas facing dire economic conditions, gives poor residents both the capital and guidance to run their own small businesses and feed their families.

“Millions of people across the globe would love to start their own businesses to earn money for their families, but they have no way of raising the money to do so.” says Dee Mower, President of Trivani International and the Trivani Foundation (http://www.trivanifoundation.org/). “With our microfranchising program, we work with local residents who have good ideas, and we give them the mechanism and support to fulfill that elusive dream.”

Trivani’s microfranchising program is just one facet of the global product seller’s plans to make the Trivani Foundation, the company’s charitable arm, the fastest-growing child rescue and relief organization in the world. Using a network of individual distributors, Trivani markets a line of eco-friendly, toxin-free products and uses a significant portion of the revenue to support the foundation’s humanitarian projects. The funds not only supply food and shelter, but pay for surgeries and medical care for both children and families. The Trivani Foundation (http://www.trivani.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=232&Itemid=133) is active in Asia, Africa, Latin America and North America, but the charity expects to expand and further develop its relief network in 2010.

“Before I became a Trivani distributor, I spent an incredible amount of time dreaming of having my own business,” says Antonio Adair. “Thanks to Trivani, I am finally able to do that. But the icing on the cake is that a large percentage of the money I generate goes toward helping someone else, in reduced circumstances, start their own business. I believe very strongly in paying it forward.”

About Trivani International
Trivani is the world’s first Purpose Marketing® company, using the power and profit of network marketing to provide ongoing humanitarian aid around the world. Trivani’s unique business model consists of two distinct but closely intertwined entities: Trivani International and the Trivani Foundation. This business model helps Trivani fulfill its humanitarian goals through three main missions: Purpose, Health, and Prosperity.

Persons interested in learning more about the company can go to http://www.trivani.com. Persons interested in the Trivani Foundation, a non-profit organization, and its humanitarian projects can go to http://www.trivanifoundation.org.

Leslie Deeanne Mower is available for media interviews and special speaking engagements.

For more information contact:
J.Michael Palka
619-977-5022

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