Reinvest Giving Day
You Blew Past our Reinvest Goal!
We are overwhelmed by your generosity this Reinvest.
Thank YOU for being a part of the Seed Effect Family, and for your commitment to and belief in this mission to bring economic empowerment and the hope of Jesus Christ to hard places.
One day only! Join these generous donors, and double your impact!
Matt & Seema
“As we partner with Seed Effect, we are continually challenged and awed by stories of resiliency, determination, and Christ-centered life transformation.
Seed Effect seeks to make God’s name great in the hardest places and for that reason, it is not only a privilege but also a joy to support them.”
Eddy & Rachel
“We support Seed Effect as one of the best models out there of caring for people living in poverty.
We see Seed Effect’s model is working among refugees and in many other situations where spiritual and economic hardship has doubled down on people in poverty.”
The Foster Family
“We love how Seed Effect empowers the people they serve.
The Seed Effect leadership is dynamic and committed to serve; their plan is rock solid and proven to be successful.
Thank you, Lord, for Seed Effect and the members that it serves.”
Give 9/23 and your gift is matched!
Empower Ugandans and South Sudanese refugees, to know Jesus and provide for their families with dignity.
When you give September 23, your gift will be multiplied by a $35,000 challenge grant.
“I love how Seed Effect is so much more than a microfinance organization.
Lives are eternally changed as they seek to empower individuals and invest in people’s lives, not just in a business.”
Chad & Kristen
What we did not realize is that the savings groups are providing something that money cannot…
Seed Effect is facilitating a material change, but more importantly, they are changing peoples eternities, and that is why we support them.
“I’ve been a Seed Effect support ever since they launched in 2009.
I’ve seen my investment continue to impact people several times over as Seed Effect shows members what they can accomplish — that all they need is an opportunity.”