Auto Repair Services In Ashkelon

I am the owner of a car workshop that specializes in bodywork paint for new vehicles and bicycle assemblies. The business is situated in Ashkelon, which faced missile attacks during the recent conflict, resulting in a substantial loss of orders and a significant decrease in income. Despite these challenges, I made the decision to continue paying salaries to my two employees during this period. The loan will play a crucial role in sustaining the operations of the business and ensuring continued salary payments.

My impact loan status:

$22,531 / $26,712
Meet Riabatzab Genadi

Micro lending, Macro Impact

In light of the challenges we faced during this period, I made the decision to maintain salary payments for the two employees in my business. Recognizing the difficulty of finding skilled and reliable staff, I aimed to retain their valuable expertise.

The loan will play a vital role in sustaining the business operations, enabling me to continue paying salaries, and ensuring that our clients receive the highest level of service. This includes maintaining our commitment to delivering work at an exceptional standard.

My business - My spark

Since the age of 16, I have been working with my uncle in a garage in Ukraine, where I learned the profession of tinsmithing and painting. After gaining experience as an employee in the field, I made the decision to become independent four years ago. Our workshop specializes in bodywork paint for new vehicles and bicycle assemblies, and it is situated in Ashkelon.

A few more words

I’m Riavzev Gennadi, a 32-year-old resident of Ashkelon. I am married and the proud father of three children, with my youngest born during the war on 01/11/2023.

Originally from Ukraine, I moved to Israel at the invitation of my father after my parents’ divorce. The initial year in Israel was challenging, grappling with language barriers and adjusting to a new mentality. However, after a return visit to Ukraine, I came to the realization that Israel is the best place for me. I returned, successfully integrated into work, and started building my family.

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