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Creating Opportunities for People to Thrive

We finance income generating assets that help people break cycles of financial dependency.
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We provide access to affordable financing for people 18-80 years old
The Pureflow lease-to-own program gives people the opportunity to invest in their future, by leasing towards ownership of a motorcycle. These assets create sustainable income, opportunities to save, and financial independence.
We partner with Boda Boda drivers by providing an affordable path to ownership.
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How It Works

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APPLY

Visit your nearest Pureflow branch to complete an application. 

Our team will then schedule a meeting to discuss your goals and how we can best serve you. 

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LAUNCH

Once approved, we invite you and your family to join us we begin the journey together. This is the time where you will sign your agreement with Pureflow and you start your journey towards ownership!

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OWN

After 12, 18, or 24 months, you will become the owner of your income-generating asset.

 
 
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GILBERT IS NOW IN A FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT AND SPIRITUALLY MATURE POSITION TO SUPPORT AND LEAD HIS FAMILY
Gilbert was one of the original 6 members accepted into the program in June 2017. Before Pureflow, he rented a bike without gaining equity and was unable to save money. He struggled to support his family and provide funds needed to pay children’s school fees. Since joining Pureflow, Gilbert now owns 2 bikes and just started leasing his 3rd bike. Over the three years we have worked with Gilbert, he has served as a group mentor during fellowship meetings with the other men in the program, and has grown tremendously in his faith. He is now in a financially independent and spiritually mature position to support and lead his family.
THE REVENUE AND PROFITS HE GETS OFF HIS BIKES HAVE HELPED HIM START HIS OWN CONVENIENCE STORES IN TOWN
Benard has successfully finished the Pureflow program twice and now owns two motorcycles. The revenue and profits he gets off his bike have helped him start his own convenience store in town. He rents out his bikes and works multiple jobs to provide for his family
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