Help Milaap Champions raise 20,000 INR

Help Milaap Champions raise 20,000 INR!

Be the change you wish to see this Independence Day!

This Independence Day, help us make a difference with as little as Rs. 100!

Raised INR 8,375
INR 20,000
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It's been 3 weeks since we started our "Adopt an Entrepreneur" campaign, and we must say, we've been amazed at the reception! 28 out of 30 borrowers have been adopted, and 5 of our champions have even completed the challenge: getting their entrepreneur fully funded before August 15th!

We have two young men left: Krishnan and Govind, who each need Rs. 10,000 more to make their dreams come true! We thought, "Who better than our online supporters to make this happen?"

We have made it simple: You can lend as little as Rs. 100 and US/SG$5 to help Krishnan and Govind. Let's see if we can get both of them fully funded by midnight, August 15th! Are you up to the challenge? We hope so!


Great news, folks! We've reached our target for Krishnan and Govind! Any additional funds raised will go to another entrepreneur on Milaap. Thank you for making this possible.

About Krishnan and Govind

24 year old Govind and 26 year old Krishnan both hail from Bangalore. Krishnan is a member of Vandana self help group, while Govind is a member of Ashraya self help group. They both provide for their families, and make between Rs 3.000 - Rs 3,500 per month. This loan will go towards helping their group buy more machinery and raw materials, produce natural fibre items, increase their revenue, and ultimately, their individual incomes.


What is Milaap all about?

Milaap is a social enterprise that enables people around the world to give loans to the working poor in India. Based in Bangalore, Milaap is the world's first and currently, the only online micro lending platform that enables non-Indians and non-resident Indians (NRIs) to make loans to the poor in India. Milaap's loans are aimed towards providing people with access to basic essentials like clean drinking water, sanitation, renewable energy, vocational training and enterprise development.

A few things that you may want to know about the money that you lend in:

This is a loan, not a donation.

  • 100% of your money goes to the end borrower
  • You will know exactly who your money goes to and get regular updates on your repayments.
  • Within 24 months, you will get 100% of your money back.


To know more about Milaap and how it works, read some FAQs:

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Lending to the working poor through Milaap involves risk of principal loss. Milaap does not guarantee repayment nor do we offer a financial return on your loan