Fundhouse Finance paying fees for the less priviledged

GWERU – Fundhouse Finance, one of the leading money lending companies in the country is also taking social corporate responsibility seriously by paying fees for the less privileged.

Fundhouse Managing Director Kudakwashe Tambaoga said that the company believes in giving back to the community and has a scholarship fund which helps less privileged children with school fees and stationery.

“We believe in giving back to the community and have a scholarship fund which helps less privileged children with school fees and stationery and through that facility the company has support school children in Gweru, Shurugwi and Zvishavane,” said Tambaoga.

Fundhouse offers micro finance products and services. It was licensed by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in February 2014 and since then it has been steadily growing and has since served more than a thousand customers in the Midlands Province. Its focus is on individuals, small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and informal businesses requiring working capital or bridging finance at lowest rates.

“We are also proud to be a women centric company and we have been giving loans to enterprising women in the community,” said Tambaoga.

He said Fundhouse strives to economically and socially empower micro- entrepreneurs and low income earners by providing unique, sustainable and innovative financial solutions that are Zimbabwean compliant, in an ethical and transparent manner.

“We are committed to an attitude and culture of positively influencing the environment around us both as an organization and as individuals through people. We welcome change, encourage invention and continuously seek better and more efficient ways of achieving our goals,” said Tambaoga. – Masvingo Mirror

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