San Diego, California (PressExposure) September 14, 2012 -- Club Asteria provides access to a number of services and programs that were designed to help motivate members to change their lives, better their financial situation, and simultaneously eliminate poverty around the globe. The company claims to be a global organization with a mix of members, including socially conscious entrepreneurs, as well as immigrants and people from underdeveloped countries.
The Club Asteria website offers a few different levels of membership, the first of which is free, and the others which come with a monthly fee. The paid membership levels offer access to more programs and resources. These levels are Silver Membership and Gold Membership, which cost $9.95 and $19.95 a month, respectively.
The creator of Club Asteria, Andrea Lucas, was an immigrant herself as a young woman and started the program to help others who have found themselves in the situation that she was previously in. Despite her rough start, the company claims that she became a successful entrepreneur and was even a part of the World Bank for a time.
The company claims to help improve the lives of those who are members, by providing them with the tools they need to earn a living and improve their finances, as well as to help alleviate poverty. The website states that this is made possible by a percentage of all profit earned by the company being set aside to fund programs that provide low-interest micro loans, food, clothing and farming equipment, and education and training to those who need it most.
These programs help to raise the standard of living in areas of extreme poverty and can help to break the cycle of poverty through providing education and also providing people with their basic needs so that they can progress and not just be caught up in the day to day struggles of life and survival.