Help Sushant raise 20,000 INR

Let's make this world a better place to live in for women in rural India and empower them to achieve their dreams.

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My Motivation For Doing This: 

I am a follower of Jesus Christ and I myself have had a very hard life and through all the hardships I learned one thing; that is, if we help each other this world will be a better place to live. Also I believe justice should be done with everyone and everyone should get the right to live with dignity. And I strongly believe everyone should get a chance to prove themselves. And helping others give us the joy and reminds of the divine help which we received freely from Jesus Christ. And Jesus said “It is more blessed to give than to receive”  and remember “Freely you have received; freely give

About My Borrower, Lalita K Harijan and Group: 


They say entrepreneurs are those who understand that there is little difference between obstacle and opportunity and are able to turn both to their advantage. After facing many obstacles and hurdles as Devadasis Lalita H, Umavva K and Housavva S have started to see the opportunities around them as ambitious women. Despite being outlawed, the Devadasi system has been hampering and affecting the lives of many girls. Girls, who are married to the temple deity at a very tender age lose out on basic education, happy childhood, proper job, all in all a simple life. They now want their chance at a simple life. Reigning from a small village in Karnataka doesn't stop these women from having big dreams. While 40 year old Lalitha wants to expand her garam masala business, 50 year old Umavva and 46 year old Housavva S wish to expand their buffalo rearing businesses. Like all mothers it is their dream to fulfill the wishes of their children and they are ready to put in as much as work required to achieve their dream. They need a loan of Rs 60,000 to expand their business and accomplish their goals



What is Milaap all about?


Milaap is an online community that empowers urban, socially responsible individuals to lend towards positive impact.The end borrowers are the deserving, working poor in India - students, small businesses and families, who need a small amount of capital to get ahead and change their lives for the better.  

Since 2010,  Milaap has raised over Rs 6 Crores from 7000 people across the world, impacting over 30,000 lives in 10 states. 

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This is a loan, not a donation.

  • 100% of your money goes to the end borrower

  • You will know exactly whom your money goes to and get regular updates on your repayments.

  • Within 18 months, you will get 100% of your money back.

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