#InvestInHer This Holiday Season

Tue, 2015-12-01 10:31

On December 1st, Grameen America kicked off a new initiative, #InvestInHer, in support of the over 58,000 women entrepreneurs around the country that are empowered each day through Grameen America's program. 

As nonprofits throughout the world come together to celebrate #GivingTuesday - a global day of giving to kick off the holiday season - Grameen America is mobilizing our supporters to take action and support low-income women entrepreneurs in need of access to capital, financial training and peer support. 

With the support of individual donors, corporations and philanthropic foundations, Grameen America has invested over $340 million in over 58,000 women entrepreneurs throughout eleven cities in the United States. 

Find out how you can join the #InvestInHer campaign and get involved: 

DONATE

Give to Grameen America to invest in low-income women entrepreneurs across the country. Each donation is reinvested back into our program, fueling further microloans to women in need. 

FOLLOW

Follow @GrameenAmerica on Twitter for a live chat with #ReutersCharity where we will answer all of your questions about the work we are doing and how you can support our mission. Tune in and tweet your questions on December 1st from 2-3PM EST. 

SHOP

If you shop at Amazon, you can support Grameen America at no cost to you by using Amazon Smile. Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchase to Grameen America. Simply click on smile.amazon.com and start shopping. 

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