Making a Difference One Kiva Loan at a Time

At DVMelite, we consider ourselves much more than just a business growth consulting firm. Sure, our goal is to help veterinary practices achieve sustainable growth and success. Well beyond this, however, our ultimate mission is to help as many people in this world as we possibly can. You see, we want to do more than just change the face of the modern veterinary industry. We want to change the world for the better.

We know that with every client that we assist, we are indirectly making it possible for them to reach more pet owners, which ultimately leads to better quality of care and improved lives of companion animals. Beyond this, however, we are also making a significant impact on the lives of others across the globe through our ongoing commitment to Kiva loans. Kiva is a non-profit organization that facilitates the lending of micro loans to help people around the world create opportunities for themselves, their families and their communities.

For each and every new client that signs on with us, we are committed to funding several micro loans to help entrepreneurs in developing countries. Our own team members are encouraged to select the loan recipients they’d like to support. Being able to read the stories of the various borrowers and how they feel a loan will change their lives is an incredibly inspirational experience for all of us at DVMelite.

To date we are proud to have funded over 1000 micro credit loans to entrepreneurs from 51 countries across the globe for a total of over $200,000! Examples of some of the more recent loans we’ve funded include:

Benicia from Peru so she can to continue to sell textiles, clothing, and footwear.

Maria from El Salvador so that she can invest in fertilizer for her crops of basic grains, as well as to buy concentrated feed for her livestock.

Carlos from Ecuador bought calves, vitamins and rock salt so he can continue preserving his business and bringing the daily bread to his home.

Recelia from the Philippines raises pigs and was able to purchase medicines and vaccines for them.

Magdalena and her group from Guatemala are investing in their businesses growing and selling tomatoes, onions, peppers, corn and green beans.

Sonali and her group from India were able to purchase raw materials to expand their vegetable vending business.

From the very beginning, we have always felt this is what animal health care should be all about… making a real impact, having fun, and helping people and pets along the way. Together we’re making as big a positive impact in the world as possible.

 

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