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Friday, 14 February 2014

The Milaap Project - Your help can bring a Change

Their hopes are high and they need your help. I am writing this post for The Hope project by Milaap. The Milaap project identify deserving borrowers and the amount of financial assistance they need via Field Partners who. You can go to their site and choose your own cause for which you want to donate.

I have chosen to donate to Jnana Jyothi Public School is located in a village in Devanahalli Taluka. The school is managed by Mr P Suresh, a young and dynamic educator who wants the best education for the children from the local community. Currently the school has classes from 1-8, and has about 250 students. There are 10 teachers on board. There are some urgent repairs to be done to the school building. Mr Suresh has requested Varthana, Milaap's field partner, for a loan of Rs 200,000 for carrying out the repairs and renovation of the school building. The newly renovated building will mean that the students will have a conducive environment to learn and grow. (Source: http://milaap.org/fund/gnana-jyothi-public-school/1971)

The children of India are future of  our country. You can make your contribution and let the children of this school study in a cleaner environment. Donate and shape the future of the students of  Jnana Jyothi Public School.



And what you pay you get it back as Credits and you can further donate it.

How it Works?

The Loan cycle on Milaap is a simple four-step process.

Step 1:

Choose a borrower to lend to from the list of profiles on our site. You could choose one based on their story or from an impact area that you feel strongly about.

Step 2: 

You make a loan online. We disburse the amount to our Field Partner on the ground. Borrowers receive 100% of your money and use it for the specific need they were given the loan for.




Step 3:

As the borrower repays the loan, the Field partner collects the repayments on the ground. These are accumulated in your account on Milaap.org, as 'Credits'. You’ll receive progress updates from Milaap through your email and your Milaap account.

Step 4:


You can choose to withdraw your accumulated Milaap Credits or re-lend it to another borrower listed on Milaap. By choosing another borrower, you will keep the cycle of change going with the same loan amount.


Donate     HERE.
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The images and a part of content is taken from (http://milaap.org/

I am writing this post as a part of The Hope Project by Milaap on Indiblogger.in

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