Give

Be a supporter

Thank you to everyone who has already donated this year.

6%
Funded
$25
Gifted
$400
Goal
OTHER WAYS TO DONATE
  • James Cook

1 person is supporting Rosa Bullozo

Rosa Bullozo

City: Pingit, Baler Aurora Country: Philippines Loan Use: to buy additional materials for her workshop equipment
Loan Term: 24 Date Posted: December 28, 2017 First Repayment: April 17, 2017
Opportunity International Client Rosa Bullozo

Rosa Bullozo, a dedicated entrepreneur married to Erick and blessed with four children, lives with her family in the Philippines. For many years, Rosa managed a workshop in their province where she makes stall and also repairs different kinds of motorcycle parts and bikes. Her husband works there as a mechanic. Rosa and her husband are a hardworking couple and they wanted to provide for their four children the best they can, but they face financial difficulty providing for their children's daily needs. Through Opportunity International, Rosa joined Trust Group, she received valuable financial training and a loan. She used this loan to maintain the machine used for making stall as well as expanding her shop to accommodate more customers and provide them with quality service. Rosa hopes to continue to grow her business and give the best quality to the customers, she dreams that her four children will receive the best education so they have a better future someday.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do entrepreneurs become Opportunity International loan clients?

Opportunity International conducts interviews with prospective clients to get a better understanding of their situation, so we can construct a loan that’s tailored to their needs and capabilities.

If I help fund a loan, should I expect to be paid back?

When you help to fund a loan, you are making a donation to Opportunity International. When those funds are repaid by the client, the funds remain in the country where the original client’s loan was disbursed, so that it can help fund more loans. Your initial gift continues to have an impact after the first loan is repaid.