Two McKees Rocks-area business owners are being endorsed by the McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation for 0 percent interest Kiva loans that once funded will allow them to expand their current business models.
Aliya Wrays has applied for a Kiva loan that will allow her Stowe Township salon to launch an online line of premium hair extensions and products.
Anita Macias, of Dragonfly Industries in McKees Rocks, has applied for her second Kiva loan that will allow her to expand her trucking fleet. Macias started her company through another Kiva Loan that has already been paid back.
By lending as little as $25 on Kiva, anyone can help a borrower start or grow a business, go to school or realize their potential. It’s a loan, not a donation. Kiva borrowers have a 97 percent repayment rate.
To lend a few bucks and help out a worthy local company: KIVA LOAN
If you’re a local entrepreneur who thinks they may benefit from a small loan, contact Jeb Feldman to learn how the MRCDC can help support your business through a Kiva loan of your own.