A loan of PKR 70,000 helped restore business for an electric hardware shop.

Kashif Ali has tried very hard to break free from his restrictive circumstances and get ahead in life. Initially, he worked as a laborer but always knew that this was temporary and that he has to do something more financially rewarding. Later, he worked in a factory for 10 years where, apart from factory work, he set up a food stall and used to sell potato chips. Finally, Kashif did what he had always wanted: to set up his own business. He now has an electric hardware store which has enabled him to improve his lifestyle. 

Kashif is the eldest of 6 siblings. Like him, his siblings also are very ambitious to get ahead in life. Two of his younger sisters are learning stitching and beautician skills and aspire to become financially independent. One of the sisters, unfortunately, suffers from kidney failure and Kashif does his best to meet her monthly medical expenses. Not just this, but he also pays for the medical expenses of his old father, who is sadly paralyzed. 

Even though Kashif has stock in his shop, but unfortunately he bought some items whose sale was extremely low. These items are now stuck at his shop, which is badly affecting his business. He wants to purchase more items that have better sales so that his business can recover. However, Kashif does not have the means to buy more items needed to bring the business to routine. He has requested a loan of PKR 70,000 in order to revive his business. He is very eager to receive your help. Please donate to Kashif's business to help him move forward in life. 



PKR 452,500

Average annual income


Funds donated in Lahore


Projects fundraising in Lahore


Project raised in Lahore

Deserve for

Loan Length Months
Repayment schedule:
Installment per month:
PKR 3000.00
Disbursed date:
Mar 10,2020