More Videos

Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists 2:44

Trump at UN: We are prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler talks about 20-6 loss against the Jets 3:18

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler talks about 20-6 loss against the Jets

NY Gov. Cuomo tours the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico 1:27

NY Gov. Cuomo tours the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

Coast Guard, British Royal Navy locate vessel near Vieques after Maria, rescue three 2:47

Coast Guard, British Royal Navy locate vessel near Vieques after Maria, rescue three

Buildings collapse in Mexico City after strong earthquake 2:02

Buildings collapse in Mexico City after strong earthquake

Hurricane Maria strengthens to Cat 4 storm 0:31

Hurricane Maria strengthens to Cat 4 storm

Drone footage surveys damage in St. Martin after Hurricane Irma 0:57

Drone footage surveys damage in St. Martin after Hurricane Irma

Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco drops re-election bid 1:40

Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco drops re-election bid

Travelers in Puerto Rico face long waits, limited power in terminals after Hurricane Maria 0:56

Travelers in Puerto Rico face long waits, limited power in terminals after Hurricane Maria

Girl takes concert stage to ask for TPS 3:28

Girl takes concert stage to ask for TPS

  • Women helping women: Pair launch Caribbean crowdfunding campaign to help entrepreneurs

    Two Caribbean women are launching the first Caribbean-wide crowdfunding campaign to help women entrepreneurs get access to capital. They are calling it FundRiseHER, and are kicking it off in Guyana during a July Caricom summit.

Two Caribbean women are launching the first Caribbean-wide crowdfunding campaign to help women entrepreneurs get access to capital. They are calling it FundRiseHER, and are kicking it off in Guyana during a July Caricom summit. Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com
Two Caribbean women are launching the first Caribbean-wide crowdfunding campaign to help women entrepreneurs get access to capital. They are calling it FundRiseHER, and are kicking it off in Guyana during a July Caricom summit. Jacqueline Charles jcharles@miamiherald.com

Tired of the brush-off, Caribbean women start $1 million loan fund

July 28, 2016 3:29 PM