WHAT IS A HOPE LOAN?
A hope loan is a donation that helps someone in need buy something useful to start their very own business—like a cow, fishing net or sewing machine.
WHO WE STRIVE TO HELP
That business empowers families living in extreme poverty (less than $2 USD per day) to bring themselves up from hardship.
Ending Poverty Starts Here
Your one-time donation continues to transform lives, indefinitely.
See a Hope Loan in action
We’ll let our hope loan recipients speak for us.
A Chicken Farmer Raises Young Girls Out of Poverty
Fariha always wanted her daughters to go to school. Being from one of the poorest villages in the region, she never got an education. Fariha was always trying to provide for her family, but the...
An Unlikely Entrepreneur
Arif’s family was almost lost to poverty. Growing up, his family barely had enough food to survive. His dad was unable to earn enough to keep their family together. As a young man, he never...
A Sewing Machine Saved My Family
Sanjana has always been gifted with her hands. She could make anything with a needle and thread. Sanjana regularly made and repaired her families clothes; this was necessary because they could not afford otherwise. But...
Hope Loans Prevent Human Trafficking
Through a Hope Loan, Abida’s entire world has changed. Like many in her South Asian village community, Abida’s family was so poor that she often went to bed hungry. The menial day jobs available near...
The hope for the future is built on the integrity of today
At Hope Loans, we seek to merge transformation with integrity by transparency.
At Hope Loans, we know that ending extreme poverty takes more than small businesses alone. It takes education, clean water, sustainable agriculture, and healthcare. We have provided education to more than 6,059 children, clean water to more than 7,000 individuals, healthcare to more than 88,139 recipients, and funded more than 37 sustainable agriculture projects.
We make sure that all our projects meet strict guidelines to ensure the most positive impact in our communities. We are proud of our badges! We hold ourselves to the highest standards and want to be a model to other non-profits