Chino Hills, CA (PressExposure) April 27, 2009 -- In an economic climate where many businesses are closing their doors, some American work-from-home-moms continue to earn six-figure incomes and are opening windows to share their prosperity with entrepreneurs around the globe. One way they are giving aid is through WorkAtHomeMomCafe.com, a new work-at-home-mom social network that helps moms find the right home business for them and lends its ad revenue to women in impoverished countries.
Work-at-home-mom, Angie Fisher, a 20-year healthcare industry veteran who is now on her way to earning six-figures through her own home business, created the social network for moms because she is living her American dream and desired to give something back to the global community. "We are fortunate as American women because of our access to the vast resources our country offers," Fisher says. "Ultimately, I think that we as mothers share a common, unique and undeniable bond - no matter where we live, want the same things - to love, and establish a sense of pride and self esteem in our children while providing for our families. By lending aid to these women who also want to establish their own business, we're helping them accomplish that."
WorkAtHomeMomCafe.com, which connects work-at-home-moms with each other while providing information on work-at-home opportunities and how to avoid home business scams, lends 100% of its ad revenue to entrepreneurs across the world through Kiva, a micro-lending website whose mission is to connect people, through lending, to alleviate poverty. The majority of Kiva's loan recipients are women.
A longtime work-at-home-mom, Fisher is no stranger to helping others. Since 2008, after several missteps in the business world, she has been successful working in a home business by partnering with a $100 million company that helps families and small businesses without adequate healthcare coverage find access to supplemental medical and dental care. According to Fisher, the 47 million Americans without healthcare and the 70% of Americans without dental insurance often wrongly believe they have no other options for affordable health and dental care.
Work-from-home-moms who want their advertising dollars to support women entrepreneurs in need of financial aid can visit [http://www.WorkAtHomeMomCafe.com] for more information and advertising specials. Women interested in working from home can visit [http://www.WorkAtHomeMomCafe.com] to request an interview with Fisher about starting their own business working from home helping Americans find quality dental and healthcare, or to explore other work-at-home options.