Hello, Wilson and NIco here. It’s been a quite the slow month for us here at the Regards, an ebb in productivity that Mr. Struggan is constantly fighting against in his determined fight to be the best blog mogul / philanthropist / international man of mystery / reclusive savant he can be. Mr. Struggan has come out of his rut to disburse this month’s Kiva loan, which we are pleased to announce to you here today.
Each month, Mr. Struggan will be pledging a $25 loan to a borrower on Kiva’s website, which helps connect loan applicants from around the world with people who are willing and able to provide them with the funding they need. These microloans can go a long way towards helping people, especially in parts of the world where typical banking infrastructures are inadequate or do not exist.
This month’s Mr. Struggan Foundation loan recipient is Mariatu, a 41 year-old wife, mother, and business owner from Sierra Leone who has applied for a loan for her construction supply business. A loan of $1,175 will help her buy additional building materials for her company’s inventory.
Please consider helping Mariatu out; she is only $1.050 dollars away from getting her loan fully funded. For lenders new to Kiva, use this invite link to sign up, and The Mr. Struggan Foundation will receive an additional $25 for our endowment. Once you sign up, you can become a Foundation Member by joining our Lending Team, where you can track the Foundation’s progress and attribute your own lending activity to the fund. After four months of progress, our endowment currently sits at $125.
Mr. Struggan sends his warm regards.