How to support Women’s World Banking without spending a dime

August 30, 2008 at 6:08 PM Leave a comment

Impacting Lives: Helping Poor Farmers Succeed

WWB has entered the American Express Members Project to win up to $1.5 million, but we need your help! Please visit our project page, Impacting Lives: Helping Poor Farmers Succeed (, and with just a few clicks help WWB win this contest in three easy ways. You do not need to have an American Express credit card to participate.

  1. Nominate our project.
  2. Campaign for our project by promoting it on the Members Project discussion board, Facebook, etc.
  3. Tell everyone you know to go on the web site and vote!

The top project currently has over 3,000 nominations, so we really need your support. The deadline for nominations is August 31st.

Women’s World Banking and Women’s Leadership Development Program Now on Facebook

Women’s World Banking ( and the Women’s Leadership Development Program ( now have a presence on Facebook. You can utilize these pages to connect with other people interested in microfinance—and who share our mission—around the world. Become a member today!

Women’s World Banking is a global network of 54 microfinance institutions and banks operating in 30 countries to bring basic financial services to poor micro-entrepreneurs, especially women.


Entry filed under: Community, Social Entrepreneurship.

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