Trickle Up welcomes our new partner and funder, Mayan Partners. Together, we will reach 600 extremely poor youth, in Solola, Guatemala.
We go further
Poverty is isolation.
It is hunger and instability driving by gender, heritage, and disability.
It's a cycle that's hard to break.
That's why we work harder. Because when people get an opportunity they fight like champions.
And they save.
And they profit.
And so do we.
We are a nonprofit that takes pride in profit.
We go to the hardest places and we stay longer.
We work smarter on the plan and on the ground.
But we're not going to eliminate poverty, our participants are.
We help women help themselves profit.
We go further.
This scarf is not made by hand. It’s made by ambition, on a machine, bought with savings, that was earned with profit. It’s made by going further.
Mungli Lohar is a leader in her community. She has partnered with Trickle Up to teach women in her community how to use smartphones to lift them out of poverty.