Negev Catering With Iris

With a passion for catering and cooking, I founded my catering business, “Davri Taam,” in 2006 after years of dreaming. I was a pioneer in the Negev region, establishing the catering service when there was no culinary business in the Ramat Negev area. Initially, I provided services to guests staying at farms and small groups in the vicinity. In 2018, I expanded my venture by opening Zimmer Nof Bershit, a stunning villa, to enhance the tourism offerings in the area.Since October, my business has suffered substantial financial losses.

My impact loan status:

$16,385 / $27,214
Meet Iris Fulton

Micro lending, Macro Impact

Since October, my business has suffered substantial financial losses. Income plummeted as all scheduled catering events and reservations for lodging were canceled due to the war and security situation. To offset expenses, I began hosting evacuees at minimal rates. To boost revenue, I’ve expanded outdoor hosting options and am actively seeking group bookings, particularly during the summer months.

My business - My spark

With a passion for catering and cooking, I founded my catering business, “Davri Taam,” in 2006 after years of dreaming. I was a pioneer in the Negev region, establishing the catering service when there was no culinary business in the Ramat Negev area. Initially, I provided services to guests staying at farms and small groups in the vicinity. In 2018, I expanded my venture by opening Zimmer Nof Bershit, a stunning villa, to enhance the tourism offerings in the area.

A few more words

I’m Iris Fulton, a divorced mother of three children: a 27-year-old, a 23-year-old who recently completed military service, and a 21-year-old currently serving in the military.

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