Develop Games With Sarit

Our business specializes in creating engaging and aesthetically pleasing content that fosters connection among families, friends, and communities. Our target audience includes families, friend groups, communities in Israel and around the world, as well as colleagues at work. Our content is suitable for ages five and up. Due to the war, many projects were canceled. We need a loan for business development, more professional marketing, expanding the target audience, reaching Jewish communities around the world.

My impact loan status:

$13,450 / $21,771
Meet Sarit Safra

Micro lending, Macro Impact

Due to the war, many projects fell and damaged our business plan, and now we want to raise them up again.We need a loan for business development, more professional marketing, expanding the target audience, reaching Jewish communities around the world. Our products are produced and packaged by people with special needs and some are even manufactured by them. Our materials are printed in Be’eri, a kibbutz that was severely affected on October 7.

My business - My spark

Our business specializes in creating engaging and aesthetically pleasing content that fosters connections among families, friends, and communities. Our target audience includes families, friend groups, communities in Israel, and around the world, as well as colleagues at work. Our content is suitable for ages five and up.

Our inspiration comes from the values reflected in Jewish holidays and our desire to deepen awareness of these values while creating a broad common denominator in Israeli society. Additionally, we have a great affection for aesthetics, which is essential for creating an atmosphere that encourages connection and shared time. Therefore, all our products are beautiful, meticulously crafted, and some are designed to decorate the table, in addition to providing entertainment.

In addition to offering original products on our website, we collaborate with large organizations to develop customized games that enhance user experiences. For example, we partnered with Golda, the largest ice cream shop chain in Israel, to create customized games. These games are distributed with every family ice cream purchase, enriching the experience of togetherness for our customers.

A few more words

We are two redheads from Moshav Nehosha in the Ha’Ella Valley. Anati is originally a speech therapist and has six children, while Sarit comes from a theater background and is a mother of four sweet children. We both share a passion for bringing people together around Jewish holidays and traditions.

In addition, we have a great affection for aesthetics, which is significant for creating an atmosphere that encourages connection and shared time. Therefore, all our products are beautiful, meticulously crafted, and some of them are designed to decorate the table, in addition to providing entertainment

FAQ

100% of your loan goes to the business or businesses of your choosing.

No. In fact, please invite your friends in making an impact and helping a business in Israel flourish. If you are interested in funding the full loan amount, please email info@sparkil.org.

You will begin to receive monthly repayments after the campaign ends. The balance can be seen in you SparkIL account. SparkIL does not guarantee repayment but works diligently to ensure the borrowers pay back their loan in full.

A cross section of businesses, throughout Israeli society are encouraged to apply for a loan through SparkIL. The business owners fall within the social, economic, or geographic periphery of Israel. For more on that visit our impact page.

The SparkIL team works closely with the borrowers to promote the campaign in various mediums to ensure the loan is fully funded.  In some cases, there are matching dollars that will be used if a campaign needs a boost. Most borrowers will still be able to use the money even if the loan is not fully funded.

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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