A loan of PKR 70,000 helped expand a retail store.
Javaid Masih from Lahore is a patriotic Pakistani. He has 5 children; 3 sons and 2 daughters. His eldest son, Samson, is enrolled in Pakistan Army as a soldier. His four younger children are pursuing their studies and Javid Masih says he will fully support his other children if they also desire to join the army. Javed Masih has raised his family by doing knitting work for 25 years. 5 years ago, however, he started his own business. Javed now owns a shop where he sells children's toys and clothing accessories. Unfortunately, his business has not been doing well lately. Javed is facing a financial crisis and it would not have been possible for him to pay for the most basic of needs had his son and wife not stepped up to help him in running the household. Javed does not want his children to take on financial responsibilities at such a young age. Thus, he is looking forward to improving and expanding his business to free his family of financial worries. He has approached Seed Out for a loan of PKR 70,000 to buy more stock which will bolster his sales. He is extremely hopeful that the business' expansion will enable him to achieve financial prosperity. To ease his worries and help Javed Masih give a comfortable life to his children, please donate to his business. 
PKR 452,500

Average annual income

PKR 43,003,370

Funds donated in Lahore


Projects fundraising in Lahore


Project raised in Lahore

Deserve for

Loan Length 0Months
Repayment schedule:
Installment per month:
PKR 3000.00
Disbursed date:
Nov 06,2020