The 2017 Annual Prosperity Campaign aims to raise $3.2 million for microcredit from March 1-31st, 2017. Join the campaign and be part of a global movement to alleviate poverty around the world. Tell us what supporting this cause means to you with #WholePlanet and #WPFProsperity. Thank you for joining us!
The average first loan size in the developing world is $187, and each microloan helps an average of five people as microentrepreneurs invest in their families.
Mr. Ogou farms with a loan he received from WPF partner the IRC in Phoenix.
Ana owns a Mexican restaurant with a loan she received from Grameen America.
Maria runs a clothing store in Indianapolis with a loan from Grameen America.
Madely runs a nail salon in Charlotte, NC.
Ways You Can Get Involved
Donate at the registers at your local Whole Foods Market store from March 1-14.
Make a one-time or monthly donation on our website.