MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TradingPub has announced a new campaign to help create 25 Businesses in Myanmar through a new partnership that it has established with Opportunities Now, an organization that has the goal of helping out the youth in the Asian nation of Myanmar through business education.
Created by YouthHOPE, a branch of the U.S.-based New Mission Systems International, Opportunities Now provides micro loans in the troubled Asian nation. NMSI is a non-profit organization devoted to developing younger individuals.
Myanmar is a country in much need of assistance, as it currently has few opportunities to improve its current economic state, and also suffers from an unemployment rate that is higher than 40 percent. Opportunities Now intends to promote economic development through offering both education and loans to young people in the area.
Every dollar donated to the cause will be matched by TradingPub in an effort to help Opportunities Now reach its goal of generating $25,000. Once these funds have been gathered, they will be used for the purpose of providing training and education to local youth with the intention of bettering their lives.
Individuals interested in watching a video that will provide additional information about the new partnership can find one at http://www.breakresistance.com/.
"The best investment one can make is an investment in positive change," stated Morgan Busby, TradingPub.com's founder.
People considering donating to this cause should know that even a small loan can help a business get off the ground. By giving this needed capital infusion, a micro loan can help make a significant difference in someone's life. Every donor will be given a free trading education gift personalized by TradingPub as a token of gratitude for their willingness to participate.
Current contributors include Financial Juice, Ino.com, Financial Media Corp., Winner's Edge Trading, Marketfy and Minyanville.
Opportunities Now is an organization that operates as a legal services company under Myanmar law. It has been created as a project of YouthHOPE, which is the youth development branch of U.S.-based non-profit NMSI. This U.S.-based non-profit is a 501(c)(3) and has received a four-star rating from Charity Navigators.
Contact: Yana Johnson, 251-206-6084, yana@TradingPub.com