FREE public service Project "Winning for Caregivers" will save thousands of dollars to caregivers and foreign workers (from the Philippines, India, etc), help them develop stronger financial future when they return home and boost the economies of their countries with hundreds of millions extra dollars each year.
Since 2012 it could have saved thousands of dollars to million Filipino and Indian caregivers, helped many of them start successful small businesses in their countries and boosted each of the two economies by about 2 Billion dollars.
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Our main goals are to help each year about 250,000 new foreign workers each save $2K-$10K to send to their families (total extra of hundreds millions dollars) and help tens of thousands start successful businesses in their origin countries.
We will achieve this by:
A. Replacing the outrages exiting MONTHLY interests rate loans to caregivers of 6%-10% (70$-120% annual) with ANNUAL interest rates below 5%.
B. Reducing placement fees:
C. Mentors helping with sound financial advice, training and monitoring.
D. Developing greater positive public relations for caregivers in the countries they work.
E. Helping solves daily problems for caregivers.
Foreign workers with working contracts need each year about quarter million loans, which will total hundreds of millions dollars. We do not have the license, nor the funds to arrange for those loans.
Instead, we are raising awareness for the need and plan to inspire about 150 thousands caring people around the world to each provide 1-3 direct loans to foreign workers who are working with multi-year contract.
We are not getting involved with the loans and are not earning any commissions from them. Each loan Must meet the legal requirements of the countries they are made!
The funds raised here are to help us recoup our efforts since 2012 and to allow us to run a strong campaign to address the public, set guidelines and to promote them.
Read the Summary of the project in the link below. It includes a link to the Facebook group. Please join the group and read the Ebook for many more details.