FREEING PEOPLE FROM POVERTY & DEPENDENCY
VIA JOB OPPORTUNITY
Imagine being part of a winning team that could end poverty for millions of families around the world. Providence International, in partnership with US Ambassador, Tony Hall, and College Football Hall of Fame Coach, Tom Osborne, has developed a successful sports-themed campaign, End Poverty Zone. Purchase a "ticket" for $100 and feed a family for six months, every six months.
Small business loans ranging from $25 to $250 transform the lives of individuals, and robust small business loans ranging from $1,000 to $25,000 shape entire communities. Repayment terms average six months with a 97% repayment rate. Every loan is based on character, not collateral, and is serviced by trained national staff and coaches, whose services are paid for via loan interest.
In partnership with Shasta County employers, community organizations, and social services, Providence International's Garden of Hope affords ex-offenders and recovery graduates the opportunity to develop marketable skills in landscaping, horticulture, construction, and food services via mentoring, job training, character building, and housing.