Opportunity International, a 501c global micro-finance organization, serves the poor throughout most developing nations, including Eastern Europe, the Philippines, India, Africa, and Latin America.
Opportunity International was in need of:
Mary is a corn wholesaler; selling corn to marketplace vendors and individuals. When Mary received her first loan, she began buying in bulk to expand her business. Mary diversified her business by selling clothes.
She opened a little road-side store outside of her home and started selling her clothes, necklaces, shoes, and provisions such as sugar, soaps, detergent, and cooking oil.
When Jemmalyn’s father died, she and her family were forced to move to a squatter’s community in a shanty town. Jemmalyn learned to weave baskets using the leftover family money and started a business. With help from an Opportunity International loan, she and her mother were able to weave more baskets and hope to move to a safer community so they can send the younger children to college.
Life-like renderings of Opportunity International’s clients from Ghana, Rwanda, Honduras, Nicaragua, Philippines, and Malawi were created and used for the organization’s fundraising efforts.
To draw international attention, Opportunity International staged a one-millionth client event in Rwanda.
Original artwork, portraits, and promotional materials were developed for the one-millionth client event in Rwanda, which received global press and a full story on NPR.
Original artwork was used to create prints to sell as a fundraising arm of Opportunity International. Using the artwork, the organization created thank you cards for marketing efforts to their donors with various client stories.
Original artwork was used to create note pads, promotional cards, imagery and graphics for marketing efforts in all key publications for their global business.