RESULTS Seeds of Hope Dinner
Friday, October 25, 2013
Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Lane,
The suggested minimum donation of $100 will
◊ Reception and Gourmet Dinner
◊ Complimentary copy of 20th anniversary edition
of Sam Daley-Harris’s book, Reclaiming our
◊ Inspiring program: Sam’s keynote address and
brief comments by our Event Honorees
◊ Door prizes
If you are unable to attend and/or
would prefer to make an online donation
Sam Daley-Harris is an internationally recognized social entrepreneur, inspiring speaker, and the founder of RESULTS, the Microcredit Summit Campaign, and the Center fo Citizen Empowerment and Transformation. His pioneering work with Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus brought worldwide attention to the field of microfinance. The Microcredit Summit Campaign is working to ensure that by 2016, 175 million of the world’s poorest families receive credit for self-employment and 100 million families rise above the $1.25 a day extreme poverty threshold. Professor Yunus wrote about the 20th anniversary edition of Sam’s book, Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government: “It is about uncovering and then lighting up the unquenchable desire in each of us to make a difference in
Keynote Speaker, RESULTS Founder Sam Daley-Harris
The Community Cloth, a microenterprise initiative of Our Global Village-Houston, empowers refugee women to create and market handmade, indigenous, arts and crafts such as woven bags and baskets, knitted scarves, and baby clothing. In practicing their crafts and selling their products, the women not only preserve their culture and heritage, but they also obtain much-needed supplemental income as they transition to life in the US.
University of St. Thomas Social Entrepreneurship Program, a student-operated program, provides impoverished individuals around the globe with loans to launch income-generating businesses. The program has financed a wide variety of projects such as beekeepers in Pakistan, and small farmers in Mexico. It currently includes projects in Malawi, Tanzania, and Mozambique, and a proposed project with the Navajo Indians in New Mexico.
The Microfinance Program at the Bauer College of Business, University of Houston, is committed to empowering the underserved through microfinance programs both globally and locally. Bauer students tailor venture consulting to aspiring low-income entrepreneurs in the Third and Fifth Wards, Greater East End, and in South West Houston, support them in gaining access to micro loans, and provide free financial literacy classes and business/entrepreneurship education and training skills needed to run a successful small business.
Fair market value of goods or services received at the event will not be tax-deductible.
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1101 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
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