Peer Servants

A nonprofit organization

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Najima and her husband live on the outskirts of Kolkata, India.  They were struggling financially as a family - often this meant Najima and her husband didn't eat just to make certain their children could. Najima didn't look for pity - she looked for opportunity.  And that's what she found at CSS, PEER Servants' microfinance partner on the outskirts of Kolkata.  Starting with an initial loan of $50 and lots of encouragement from the fantastic CSS staff, Najima was able to establish a successful concrete septic rings business.  She is now creating employment for eight men, and not only able to take care of her own family, but enable her employees to take care of theirs.

PEER Servants partners with indigenous Christian microfinance institutions similar to CSS around the world.  Together they are currently enabling almost 200,000 active clients to experience economic, social, and spiritual transformation.

PEER Servants uses this crowdfunding website to raise support for this work, including our Annual Walk for Economic Empowerment.  100% of the funds raised through the Walk (held in May or June each year) go to our microfinance partners around the world as they serve the materially poor.  If you'd like to join us, go to for all of the information you will need about the Walk and links to sign up.

Do you have a special event coming up in your life through which you'd like to bless the materially poor?  Be it a birthday, wedding, promotion, or just a desire to raise funds to help those in need, you can have an attractive fundraising page up in minutes by clicking on "Start A Fundraiser" to the right.

Thank you for your support of our work and joining us as we allow the materially poor to experience a bit more of the kingdom of heaven on earth.

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Peer Servants

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PO Box 258
Woburn, MA 01801



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