ProMex Group Blog

Our blog focuses on our installations and impact we are making in Mexico. Our youtube channel can be found here.

Arizona Public Media Report about ProMex Group

Nancy Montoya, from Arizona Public Media, attended our presentation at St. Philip’s In The Hills Episcopal Church. Bill Holliday presented about the work of ProMex Group (charitable microfinance) in northern Mexico. You can see the coverage here: Tucson Nonprofit...

ProMex Group Charitable MicroCredit is on Amazon Smile

ProMex Group is part of Amazon Smile.  When you buy on Amazon, if you go through this link 0.5% of your purchases will be helping ProMex Group:  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/45-4225729 ProMex Group is a US 501(c)(3) non-profit that support microfinance organizations in...

Now Supporting FinReg MicroFinance in Northern Mexico

In addition to supporting Cimarron and EnComun, ProMex Group is now supporting FinReg.  All three are microfinance (microcredit) organizations work to support small business development in the northern Mexican state of Sonora (bordering with the US). We are glad to...

Client Profile – Soledad Jiménez

Soledad Jiménez is been a member of a borrowing group for 3 years.  She is from Sinaloa but has lived in Nogales, Sonora for 19 years.  She used to buy clothing and small appliances at large stores in the US and sell them at a swap meet in Nogales that is open...

Living on One Dollar and Liliana

I watched the movie 'Living on One Dollar' (which is on Netflix) this weekend.  It follows four college kids as they live on an average of $1 a day for two months in rural Guatemala. They learn first hand about the struggles with getting enough calories, parasites and...

Client Profile – Soledad Jiménez

Soledad Jiménez is been a member of a borrowing group for 3 years.  She is from Sinaloa but has lived in Nogales, Sonora for 19 years.  She used to buy clothing and small appliances at large stores in the US and sell them at a swap meet in Nogales that is open...

Living on One Dollar and Liliana

I watched the movie 'Living on One Dollar' (which is on Netflix) this weekend.  It follows four college kids as they live on an average of $1 a day for two months in rural Guatemala. They learn first hand about the struggles with getting enough calories, parasites and...

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