Gloria is from Mexico. She has 2 children. She needs a loan of $450 to purchase more consumables as tomatoes, different chilies, onions, potatoes, lettuces, oil, cheese, corn, tortillas, chicken, meat and more species.
Gloria Lopez Cantu lives in Carrizalillo, Mexico and sells snacks to earn a living. She began this business one year ago in order to support her children and to give them a better education and quality of life. Gloria has had difficulty keeping her business open because she has not made enough of a profit to buy ingredients for food and pay for her children's schooling.
With her loan from World Vision, Gloria will purchase more consumables such as tomatoes, chilis, onions, potatoes, lettuce, oil, cheese, corn, tortillas, chicken and meat to cook tasty Mexican snacks. Gloria wants to grow her business enough that she can build a small restaurant. She understands that this will be difficult and may take some time, but she is excited to provide her customers with a great variety and quality of food.
Gloria believes this loan will be wonderful for her family as she will be able to pay for her children's education. She wants them to attend school and gain a good profession that will allow them to be financially independent. 31 year old Gloria and her husband Froilan have three children, Oscar, Maria and Francis, who attend middle school.