The HUb for microfinance
A banking service that is provided to unemployed or low-income individuals or groups who otherwise would have no other access to financial services. While institutions participating in the area of micro-finance most often provide lending (micro-loans can range from as small as $100 to as large as $25,000), many banks offer additional services, such as checking and savings accounts, and micro-insurance products; and some even provide financial and business education. Microfinance is a great way to work on the alleviation of financial and spiritual poverty. Check out this video story from Hope International and also some of the best podcasts, posts, and places to get involved, all in one place.