Micro-Enterprise Grant Fund


Save One Life has awarded 16 micro-enterprise grants to deserving families in six countries--India, Nepal, Cambodia, Kenya, Nigeria and Romania--since launching this program in 2014. Families have purchased cows to sell milk, refrigerators to keep perishable sale items in their small variety store, fabric and clothes for vending, sewing machines for their tailoring business, equipment to repair mobile phones and materials to build vegetable stands.
 
Micro-enterprise grants have generally ranged from $500 to $1,000. Your donation of any amount will contribute to the fund and our capacity to respond to requests for support.

 
 

Donate to the Micro-Grant Enterprise Fund!



 
Thank you for your interest in helping a hemophilic family better meet its economic needs!
 
 
Sandel (Microgrant)

Tailor Sandel Maxin of Romania sets up shop with a sewing machine
and ironing station made possible through Save One Life.


 
Laurie visits Jagatman

President Laurie Kelley visits Jagatman Rajbahak of Nepal in his mobile
repair shop made possible through Save One Life.