Dorothy Greatrex, who founded New Beginnings — a program similar to the YWCA Gateway House — in rural Mexico will give a presentation from 5.30 to 6:45 tonight at the YWCA, 909 Wyoming Ave.
The YWCA Billings, 909 Wyoming Ave., will host a sharing session of real-life stories of the New Beginnings ministry in Mexico — a program similar to YWCA Gateway — from 5.30 to 6:45 p.m. on Thursday.
Billings filmmaker Stan Parker describes his documentary about the impact of microloans on the live of Argentinians.
A documentary film on a grass-roots method of combating global poverty, made with the help of 2007 Senior High graduate Stan Parker, will have its Montana premiere Thursday night in Billings.
The three Pepperdine students who started a microfinance club sit with Graciela Meneses and her husband, Victor, during an interview for "Banking on Trust." Graciela's loans bought her sewing machines, and she's never short of work.
Stan Parker shows kids from Adulam, Argentina, how to use his camera during the filming of "Banking on Trust." Adulam is a place of refuge for families or orphans to come to get off the streets. A group of Pepperdine students started a microfinance institution there.
Microloans given to a man named Hugo enabled him to make bread and sell vegetables in town. He has four kids of his own, but was raising 14 when the documentary was being filmed.
Hugo rolls out bread dough.