eBay Investing in 5 Retail entrepreneurs in Malawi
Grow Movement has been awards £1300 grant from eBay Foundation’s employee-volunteer led Give team which empowers employees to support their communities through volunteerism and employee sponsored grants. Funds will be used to fund 5 women retail entrepreneurs in Malawi through the Grow Movement programme.
“The eBay Foundation was established to reach beyond the boundaries of eBay’s virtual village to develop strong communities that bring people together,” said Lauren Moore, Executive Director of eBay Foundation. “Through our GIVE teams, we’ve been able to identify and support a wide variety of outstanding programs that feed families in San Francisco, educate children in India and assist seniors in Germany to name just a few. We could not be happier to add to our list of beneficiaries the Grow Movement and its efforts in Malawi to build entrepreneurship capability with female retail entrepreneurs”.
Grow Movement will invest in the future of 5 female retail entrepreneurs just like Naomi in Malawi. Watch her video here and read her case study here!
Tuesday, 3 March 2015