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Bank Account Holder Name - This should be your name.
Your Bank Account Number - This is the number of your bank account.
Bank City - The City where your bank is located.
Bank Full Name - The full name of your bank.
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Send the check to the next Address:
51 Sherbrooke W., Montreal, QC. Canada, H5Z 4T9.
(Please mention in the check for which cause you donate).
Donate Along With Us Funding Area: Poverty Alleviation
Women’s World Banking seeks to alleviate global poverty by expanding the economic assets, participation and power of the poor, especially women.
WWB is a global network of 54 microfinance providers and banks, working in 30 countries to bring financial services and information to low-income entrepreneurs. The network serves 11 million micro-entrepreneurs directly, and another 10 million indirectly through our bank partners and others. WWB’s advisors and technical experts work hand in hand with our network members to provide a range of ongoing, carefully designed technical and advisory services and to actively promote the exchange of best practices. During the past three decades, this global partnership has enabled many of our network institutions to evolve from donor-dependent, philanthropic initiatives to self-sustaining financial institutions offering credit, savings, insurance and other essential products and services to millions of microentrepreneurs, the majority of them women. In this partnership, network members are free to make their own decisions and reach their own conclusions; WWB’s philosophy is that self-determined, locally controlled organizations know their markets best and are the real agents of change.
Our involvement: The Philip and Helen Brecher Charitable Fund has financially supported this organization.
Projects We Support
Partnership with the Poverty Eradication & Community Empowerment (PEACE) Organization
Women’s World Banking is a leading network of microfinance providers and banks promoting poor women’s access to basic financial services. In 2008, WWB expanded into Ethiopia for the first time, identifying a local partner microfinance institution to work with to increase the outreach and improve the quality of financial services provided to poor women.
Support Dates: June, 2009 – June, 2011