FEMAP created the Economic Development (Micro-finance) program in 1987. Microloans are a proven and sustainable method of economic development by helping impoverished people move from dependence on aid to financial self-sustainability.
Your $200 investment through Concierto-321 will help a micro-entrepreneur start or grow their business. As a result, a family’s daily income increases making it possible for loan recipients to provide their families with:
Food – regular meals
Medical Care – vaccinations, check-ups, medicines
Education – school isn’t free and providing a child with the education to succeed in life is a high priority for loan recipients
Better Shelter – home improvements that benefit the family’s health and safety
When a microloan is used to expand a business and hire additional employees, the entire community gets an economic boost. Once repaid and recycled, microloans can help family after family.
Only 50 tickets left for Concierto-321 with Jim Ward and opening act Frontera Bugalu!
This is an exclusive musical experience set in an urban rooftop Setting. This event is perfect for Juarenses and El Pasoans who have an interest in philanthropy and the indie music scene.
Jim and Frontera Bugalu are natives to the region who are using their talents to create awareness via this private concert. Like our founder, these artists are taking it upon themselves to be the solutions to the problem.
Your contribution is tax deductible and you will receive a limited edition, numbered Silk Screen Print by Los Dos, open bar from 6 to 10 p.m., food, Mercado and an unforgettable concert on the roof of the newly built School of Nursing.
Saturday, May 7, 6—10 p.m.
To secure tickets or inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
Anna Alemán (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Enrique Garcia Peralta (email@example.com)