Organizational Consulting with Sarit

I’m Sarit and I am an organizational consultant with an emphasis on public sector entities as well as civil society organizations. Unfortunately, the outbreak of the war resulted in the postponement of the academic year and many projects which almost completely shut my business down. What I am seeking is a financial lifeline to help me get through this period. 

My impact loan status:

$8,120 / $8,120
A way to help Sarit Milman that helps

What I need help with

In this challenging time, the operations of my business have come to an almost complete standstill. Courses I was eagerly anticipating teaching have been postponed, in line with the delay in the academic year. Consulting processes, originally scheduled to commence immediately after the local authorities’ elections on October 31, have been deferred to at least January, with the possibility of further delays. This loan is not just a financial lifeline; it’s a beacon of hope to revive my business and weather the storm, ensuring that I can continue supporting and contributing to the community once normalcy is restored. Your assistance will make an invaluable difference in getting me through this challenging period.

About my business

I specialize in organizational consulting processes, focusing on public sector entities such as government ministries, local authorities, and civil society organizations through my business. Additionally, I take on leadership roles in various processes within organizations, including diverse training courses, as part of my involvement with Ezekiel activities.

About me

I live in the beautiful city of Jerusalem with my three sons. In my free time, I enjoy reading a variety of professional literature, I also love to run and cook. I am particularly passionate about coaching women on their journey of development and change.

Israel is at war

Small Israeli businesses need your support now more than ever. SparkIL has expanded the eligibility for recieving a loan to any business that has been affected by the war