Our partners

At MicroLoan we’re involved in some amazing partnerships with institutions and organisations from all over the world

Take a look at some of our current partners and funders.

The Worshipful Company

The Worshipful Company of World Traders is a modern livery with its members connected to international commerce. We’ve been working with its Charitable Trust since, the partnership provides loan capital for our Zambia operations and supports our training programme in Malawi.

Whole Planet Foundation

The US Organic Food retailer chose MicroLoan to be their partner in Malawi and Zambia, supporting us with loan capital. MicroLoan has been featured in their stores in both the USA and UK.

Capital Group

Capital Group, a US Asset Management company, has been supporting MicroLoan since the beginning of 2010; providing funding for client groups in Africa and support for our UK operations costs. Various Capital employees have also taken part in the Malawi Challenge, raising a great deal for MicroLoan.

SDL Foundation

SDL is a global leader in providing expert web content management and multilingual translation software and translation services. SDL has been supporting MicroLoan since 2009, and their support has included branch sponsorship, funding of loan officers across Malawi, marketing and design assistance to the UK team, support of our new Management Information System and start up funding for our new operation in Zimbabwe.

Mullen Lowe

Top 100 advertising agency, Mullen Lowe, have been providing MicroLoan with digital marketing, branding and advertising support on a pro-bono basis since 2006. Mullen Lowe’s support is invaluable for MicroLoan and includes the award winning poster campaign and recent website redesign. Mullen Lowe recently created the new logo and branding and designs for the new website.

Smart Campaign

We are campaign supporters of the Smart Campaign. As supporters of the Smart camping MicroLoan is committed to the principles of responsible microfinance. The Smart principles include: transparency, prevention of over indebtedness and fair and respectful treatment of clients.