We are grateful for the support of our partners and their efforts to alleviate poverty, further the development of microfinance, create social awareness, and engage in community involvement.
AEO, THE VOICE OF MICROENTERPRISE IN THE UNITED STATES, is a national membership organization and network with reach to over 400,000 people. For nearly two decades, AEO and its 400-plus member organizations have helped more than two million entrepreneurs support themselves and their families and contribute to their communities through business ownership.Read more about AEO
FITE is a global empowerment platform powered by Kiva.org, the nonprofit leader in microfinance, that is designed to foster Financial Independence Through Entrepreneurship for women in the developing world. Our mission is to provide women entrepreneurs access to small loans that will help them start or grow a business; and to help educate the public at large about the benefits of empowering women entrepreneurs so that they “can hold up their half of the sky.”Read More about FITE
At Grameen Foundation our goal is simple – we want to see poor people, especially the poorest and those living in harder to reach areas, have access to microfinance and technology and as a result of access to these services, move themselves out of poverty.Read more about Grameen Foundation
Operation HOPE, Inc. (HOPE) is a non-profit, public benefit organization, founded immediately following the civil unrest of April 29, 1992 in Los Angeles. HOPE is America’s leading provider of economic tools and services. HOPE is an effective facilitator, lender, advocate and educator for and on behalf of the other America.Read more about Operation Hope