Overview

Your donations have helped give local villagers the chance of a better life and the ability to provide for a future for their family.

Below you will see a selection of the profiles and photos of some of those already assisted by the Help the People Fund.



Profiles


Chanchal Ram, Gunachaur Village
Chanchal borrowed 10,000Rs (rupees)(£143) to assist in buying a horse and cart to provide a service delivering goods.



Balbir Kumar, Borha Village
Balbir borrowed 10,000Rs (£143)to assist in opening a barber's establishment.


Harmesh Lal, Ludhiana Village
Harmesh borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to set up his shoe repair business.




Simran Kaur, Paronal Village
Chanchal borrowed 5,000Rs (£71) to assist in buying a weaving machine for her business.


Raj Kumar, Nalnwan Village
Raj borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to help set up and run his welding and metal business.



Kuldeep Singh, Garshanker
Kuldeep borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to set up a fruit stall.




Gurdev Singh, Mukandpur Village
Gurdev borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to buy agricultural tools for his farming enterprise.



Ram Pal, Dino Wal Village
Ram borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to buy a rope binding machine.


Satnam Singh, Shahungra Village
Satnam borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to set up a cycle repair business.



Makhan Singh, Nawashahar
Makhan borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to buy a bicycle and also some fabruc material to start a business selling material from village to village.



Madan Lal, Hashiapur Village
Madan borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to buy a sewing machine to begin his own small business.



Jaspal ,Hashiapur Village
Jaspal borrowed 6,500Rs (£93) to buy a rickshaw.



Harjinder Singh, Mora Wali Village
Harjinder borrowed 15,000Rs (£214) to buy start a carpentry business



Brij Lal, Jijoh Village
Brij borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to start a natural health clinic




Sanjay, Garshanker
Sanjay borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to start a recycling business





Kulvir Singh, Dino Wal Village
Kulvir borrowed 10,000Rs (£143) to start a bookbinding business




Hardeep Kaur, Khabara Village
Hardeep borrowed 15,000Rs (£214) to buy a buffalo and sell milk




Bal Krishan, Garhshanker
Bal borrowed 6,000 Rs (£86) in order to buy a rickshaw to provide a taxi service to the local community.



Parmjit Kaur, Dino Wal Village
Parmjit Kaur borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to set up a poultry farm and for chicken feed.



Sonadevi Kaur, Dino Wal Village
Sonadevi borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) opened a small sewing training centre, to teach local villagers to sew.



Jaswinder Ram, Village Chohrra
Jaswinder borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to start a business providing car repair services to the local community.



Surinder Kaur, Jasso Wal Village
Surinder borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) in order to buy a weaving machine so that she could make and sell rugs and bed clothes (“dria”) to local villagers.



Charnjit Singh, Mukandpur Village
Charnjit borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to rent premises so that he could start a clothes dyeing business.



Gurmail Singh, Garshanker
Gurmail borrowed 6,000 Rs (£86) in order to buy a rickshaw to provide a taxi service to the local community.



Surinder Kaur, Binewal Village
Surinder borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to start a small business weaving baskets.



Sona Devi Binewal Village
Sona borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) in order to open a international telephone service (“STD”).



Mohan Lal, Binewal Village
Mohan borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to buy a buffalo in order to produce milk for his family's use and for sale.



Sharnjit Kaur and Jaspal Singh, Bishaurhi Village
Sharanjit and Jaspal borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to purchase a high volume flour milling machine.



Sarjit Singh, Khabrah Village
Surjit borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to buy a buffalo in order to produce milk for his family's use and for sale.



Vijay Kumar, Garshanker
Vijay borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to open a small printing business.

Charanjit Singh, Makand Pur Village
Charanjit has a small chicken farm. Recently the chickens had been severely affected by an illness. Charanjit borrowed 4,000 Rs (£57) for medicine to treat the chickens.

Madan Lal, Garhshanker City
Madan borrowed 2,000 Rs (£29) in order to buy materials to make weaved chairs for sale.

Kasab, Ludhiana City
Kasab borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) to start a business providing electrician services to the local community.

Jasvinder Kaur, Dino Wal Village
Jasvinder borrowed 10,000 Rs (£143) in order to open a small convenience store and international telephone service (“STD”).

More profiles coming soon…
Please note the GBP Rupee exchange rate varies. The above is calculated on basis of £1/70Rs.