Microloans

Since 2012, I started to fund microloans to underprivileged entrepreneurs all over the world. I started by just doing a few microloans until I started to see the results of how it dramatically changes people’s lives. Since 2012, I started to fund microloans to underprivileged entrepreneurs all over the world. I started by just doing a few microloans until I started to see the results of how it dramatically changes people’s lives.

Since then, I have been an advocate for microloans to entrepreneurs who don’t have the same access to capital and live in a completely different world than most American entrepreneurs live in.

Currently, I am helping fund over 1,000 microloans per month and always trying to improve upon how many I funded the month before. See www.kiva.org

I want to encourage you to join me in funding microloans to underprivileged entrepreneurs. All you have to do is go to Kiva.org and set up your own account, and start searching through loans and then start lending. It’s simple and easy. Kiva is an incredible platform to help people and they make it so easy.

You can read about some of the changed lives below. These are real stories of people who got an opportunity that they would not have otherwise.

Success Stories

2202, 2017

Erlinda’s Story

A loan of $250 helped to buy ingredients for her food production business (meat, spices, flour, etc.). I helped to fund a microloan for Erlinda, an entrepreneur from the Philippines. In the heart of Sara [...]

811, 2016

Microloan for Adelfa

$225 microloan for Adelfa buys more stock of rice to sell.  Dr. Joe Johnson funded a loan to Adelfa, a rice seller in the Philippines. As a married mother of four children, Adelfa works hard to support [...]

811, 2016

Ana’s Microloan Story

Philippine food retailer receives microloan from Dr. Joe Johnson Ana's microloan story reveals how $100 helps restock supplies. Ana is 57 years old and resides in Delusom, Leon B. Postigo. She is married and blessed with [...]

811, 2016

$175 Microloan Helps Philippine Farmer

Dr. Joe Johnson Helps Rice Farmer in the Philippines with Microloan $175 Microloan Helps Buy Bags of Fertilizers and Pesticides Pacita is 51 years old and has two children of adult age. She owns cocoa land and [...]

811, 2016

Bemarie Grows Business with Microloan

Dr. Joe Johnson's helps as Bemarie Grows Business with Microloan $225 Microloan Buys Whole Coconuts to make Copra  Bemarie is prepared to produce copra (dried coconut meat used for oil production) this season in Calube, Aloran. She [...]

811, 2016

MicroLoan Buys Produce for Resale

 $300 Microloan Buys Produce: maize flour, rice, beans for resale. Dr. Joe Johnson funded a microloan to Mucece, a food retailer in Kenya.  Mucece's MicroLoan Story: Mucece is a married woman with four children, all of whom [...]

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