JESUS TEACHES US TO REMEMBER THE POOR
What is the Best Way to Help People Living in Poverty?
When people lack the income and dignity that comes from having a good job, poverty is a result.
In the developing world, there is a huge gap in funding for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). SMEs make up the bulk of job-creating businesses in high-income countries. They are the backbone of almost every economy.
However, SMEs remain significantly underfunded and underserved in low-income countries.
This should concern us because of the impact it makes on “the least of these," which often includes acts of desperation such as prostitution, theft, civil strife, refugee flight, or even terrorism.
You Have The Means To
Help And Eliminate Poverty
People living in poverty need 2 things:
"What the whole world wants is a GOOD JOB. That is one of the single biggest discoveries Gallup has ever made."
Gallup Chairman and CEO
Call or email us. We will listen to your goals, then provide options as to how we can work together to combat poverty through job creation. You can set up a new Donor Advised Fund (DAF) or transfer funds from an existing account.
Talanton Invests in
Faith-Driven, Growth-Stage Businesses
On your behalf, Talanton invests in values-aligned, growth-stage businesses in developing countries with revenues of $500k to $5MM.
Help Lift People
By funding Talanton’s active pipeline of opportunities, you can be part of creating thousands of jobs, helping lift people out of poverty, bringing them Hope and transforming many lives.
I believe one of the next great moves of God is going to be through the believers in the workplace.
With Talanton, You Can Fight Poverty In The Most Effective Way Possible
Talanton helps you:
Bring Hope and transform lives by investing in faith-driven, growth-stage businesses that will create jobs
Through conducting ongoing monitoring and support of these businesses, and frequently serving on their boards
Achieve a triple bottom line return - financial, spiritual and social impacts
WHAT MAKES TALANTON DIFFERENT FROM OTHER MISSION-DRIVEN ORGANIZATIONS?
At Talanton, we know many people have a burden for "the least of these."
The problem is that beating poverty can seem like an insurmountable task. The mere thought of it can leave you stymied. You feel the weight of responsibility to help, but you aren't sure where to start or which mission-driven organization will help you make the greatest impact.
If you believe that God blessed you with financial resources for a reason, and that His desire for you is to use those resources to make a real, lasting difference in this world, please join us by becoming part of the faith-driven investing movement. Every Christian desires to hear God say "Well done, good and faithful servant" (Matthew 25:21).
Masaka Creamery in Rwanda
There is nothing quite like a person gaining
dignity and Hope from a good job.
As he read the newsletter his heart broke. A precious, malnourished Rwandan toddler was in a coma. Her mother had struggled to care for her needs, mainly because she was poor and Deaf.
Within months, Jon Porter had quit his job in Seattle and moved to Rwanda. Jon acquired a defunct dairy business that was within walking distance from where the little girl’s mother, Nayino, lived, and made major improvements to the business and its working conditions. To create a welcoming environment for Nayino, Jon found and hired four other Deaf Rwandans from a local Deaf church.
Nayino’s child would soon emerge alive from her coma. Nayino had been marginalized in society and didn’t know how to read, write, sign or speak. In a short amount of time, Nayino began her first day of formal employment in an environment that would enable her to both flourish and earn a living at the same time.
Today, Masaka Creamery is a leading, faith-driven, high-quality dairy processing business in Rwanda that purchases raw milk from over 2,000 smallholder farmers to produce yogurt, butter, cream and other dairy products. The company’s Deaf employees, many of whom previously lived in abject poverty, have been honored by Rwandan Ministers, international ambassadors, and more. In 2020 the company generated record monthly revenues. In addition to purchasing milk from 2,000+ smallholder dairy farmers, Masaka supports 45 employees, who in turn invest in their families and communities.
Masaka stands apart in their special and unique employment practices as over half of their employees are Deaf, including several members of the management team. All of the management team and staff learn sign language.
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