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Building a world where anyone can go to college            Building a World     Where Anyone Can Go to College
What is Vittana? Innovative non-profit organization –  forever changing the global conversation  about student financial ...
How much did you pay for college?     How did you pay for it?
The Problem:Today 581 million young people arefinishing high school but can go nofurther.1. They do not have the money, sa...
The Solution:Providing access to highereducation for the first time, Vittanaaims to break the cycle of poverty.1. A $1000 ...
Demonstrating Change20 programs in 11 countriesStudent loan repayment rate via Vittana method? 99%291% income change – ...
Sample Student – Vittana Website
What Can You Do? Become a Lender  Create a free account at    www.vittana.org  Loans start as small as $25 Be a Commun...
Contact Us - We’d Love to Hear From You! Facebook: Vittana Twitter: @vittana E-mail: questions@vittana.org Headquarter...
Don’t take our word for it…“A Hotbed of Innovation”  --The Economist“Ultimate Game Changer in Philanthropy”  --Huffington ...
Building a WorldWhere Anyone Can Go to College                           THANK YOU
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  1. 1. Building a world where anyone can go to college Building a World Where Anyone Can Go to College
  2. 2. What is Vittana? Innovative non-profit organization – forever changing the global conversation about student financial aid. Mission: To fight global poverty through education micro lending—proving students are a high-impact, sustainable investment.
  3. 3. How much did you pay for college? How did you pay for it?
  4. 4. The Problem:Today 581 million young people arefinishing high school but can go nofurther.1. They do not have the money, savings, or support2. They do not have access to student loans3. In the rare case students do find loans, interest rates are usually high
  5. 5. The Solution:Providing access to highereducation for the first time, Vittanaaims to break the cycle of poverty.1. A $1000 student micro-loan is enough for someone to reach their education goals2. Partnering with existing micro-finance institutions, Vittana is building the first micro-loan programs for students in the developing world3. Peer-to-peer lending
  6. 6. Demonstrating Change20 programs in 11 countriesStudent loan repayment rate via Vittana method? 99%291% income change – that’s bringing students up from $6/day to $18/day!By demonstrating on a global scale that young people are bankable, Vittana aims to ignite global change in education
  7. 7. Sample Student – Vittana Website
  8. 8. What Can You Do? Become a Lender  Create a free account at www.vittana.org  Loans start as small as $25 Be a Community Leader  Tell your friends and family  Start a group of lending friends on facebook or directly via the Vittana site
  9. 9. Contact Us - We’d Love to Hear From You! Facebook: Vittana Twitter: @vittana E-mail: questions@vittana.org Headquarters: 617 Eastlake Ave. Suite 210 Seattle, WA 98109
  10. 10. Don’t take our word for it…“A Hotbed of Innovation” --The Economist“Ultimate Game Changer in Philanthropy” --Huffington Post"Top 10 Most Innovative Finance Companies” --Fast Company"The next new thing in charity” --New York Times
  11. 11. Building a WorldWhere Anyone Can Go to College THANK YOU

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