Flood Relief for Peru Flood Relief for Peru Flood Relief for Peru Road Damage

Working Capital for Community Needs, Inc.

Org #25434
Vetted since 2014 Site Visit Verified
1984
year founded
$6,853
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
2
projects funded

Mission

Founded in 1984, Working Capital for Community Needs (WCCN) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit impact investor whose mission is to create opportunities for access to microfinance, services and markets to improve the lives and communities of the working poor in Latin America. WCCN empowers low-income Latin American entrepreneurs by sustaining partnerships with Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) and Farming Cooperatives in Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Peru.

Projects (2)

Flood Relief for Peru
Peru / Disaster Recovery
 
Project Leaders
Jeanne Duffy
Jeanne Duffy
Jeanne Duffy
Jeanne Duffy
William Harris
William Harris
Team
Nancy Metzger, Jeanne Duffy
Organization Information
http://www.wccn.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
517 N. Segoe Road
Suite 209
Madison, WI 53705
United States
608-257-7230

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 7191512386
Organization Information
http://www.wccn.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
517 N. Segoe Road
Suite 209
Madison, WI 53705
United States
608-257-7230

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 7191512386

Project Reports

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Feb 5, 2016
What does it mean to be a pillar of the community?
One of the things I was struck by in visiting Nicaragua was how our partners are pillars of the community.  I was continually astounded at how many of the things that were going really well in...
Nov 23, 2015
Solidarity Groups: A Focus on Poor Women
Jessica is 26 and recently opened a bakery with her mother at her mother's house with a loan and technical assistance from COOPEFACSA.  She has been able to employ 5 permanent workers as the...
Aug 24, 2015
They Are Who They Serve
Meet Ines Ines has a small pulperia in front of his house where he sells snacks and other items to the local community as well as a farming operation growing yucca. In addition, he makes cheese to...
 
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