Today we are proud to announce our partnership with Citi and Mastercard to introduce several new financial technology platforms to improve our organizations digital financial technology solutions.
Herlinda used her first Grameen America loan of $1,000 to purchase a rental space for her homemade ice cream and yogurt business. She now supports 6 employees and recently purchased a new juice maker to improve her inventory
As part of its ongoing efforts to fuel economic development in the city of San Jose, the Knight Foundation granted $245,000 in funding to Grameen America.
Olivia took her lifelong passion for fashion and started her own business to sell custom textiles, clothing and accessories.
Yesenia joined Grameen America in order to open her own restaurant in Indianapolis. Today, she is committed to helping other women in her community have the same success.
Grameen America is excited to share our 2016 3rd Quarter Report, which celebrates our latest milestones, programmatic achievements and impact from the past quarter.
Damaris always had dreams of starting her own business. After joining Grameen America in 2014, she now runs a successful family-run restaurant with her children.
Through the CDFI Fund, Grameen America was awarded $1.75 million to further expand our microloan program and enable low-income women entrepreneurs to start and grow their businesses.
Grameen America partners with Spanx and the Sara Blakely Foundation to empower more than 100,000 low-income women entrepreneurs.
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Herlinda originally came to Indianapolis from Mexico in 2004. Upon moving to Indianapolis, she started selling her homemade ice creams and yogurts... read more
As part of its ongoing efforts to fuel economic development in the city of San Jose, the Knight Foundation granted $245,000 in funding to Grameen... read more