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Branches' Ways to Work Program Approves 60th Car Loan
Date:7/23/2013

n for $6,000 and purchased a 2004 Nissan Altima through one of Branches’ reliable auto dealer partners. Since that time, Mrs. Estrada has not missed a single loan payment and is still happily working for her employer, a local non-profit organization, and is able to much more easily transport her family. She is extremely grateful and has even referred two more clients to the program who’s loan applications have also been approved.

Mrs. Estrada is one of 60 clients who has been approved for a Ways to Work car loan since the launch of the South Florida program in September 2011. To learn more about the Ways to Work Program, please call 786-507-3999.

About Branches

For 40 years, Branches (formerly South Florida Urban Ministries) has made a positive impact in the community by delivering on its mission to serve, educate and inspire people through student, family and financial stability services. Branches provides long-term, holistic services for motivated individuals and families. We help people grow deeper and climb higher in life by building a foundation through education so they can achieve their goals and fulfill their potential. For additional information about Branches, please call 305.442.8306 or visit http://www.branchesfl.org.

About Ways to Work (http://www.waystowork.org)

Ways to Work is a unique Community Development Financial Institution in Milwaukee. Through a network of more than 50 loan offices across the country, Ways to Work provides financial education and small, short-term, low-interest loans to working families with challenging credit histories. Most clients use their loans to purchase a reliable pre-owned vehicle to enhance their ability to remain engaged in the workforce and better manage their lives. The program provides an alternative to predatory lending for people wi
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