Euphoria Family Pizzeria in the South

My name is Matan and my business is a family-run pizzeria called Euphoria. The ongoing war has affected our business. Understandably, people are hesitant to leave their homes, and many people are struggling financially due to unemployment. We have been dedicating our time to preparing and donating pizzas to the courageous IDF soldiers. But to keep our business going, we need some help. 

My impact loan status:

$13,002 / $13,002
Meet Matan Alon

Micro lending, Macro Impact

A business loan would greatly assist us in upgrading our equipment to employ more advanced preparation methods, enabling us to enhance both the quality and quantity of our production.

My business - My spark

About five years ago, my parents, family, and I came together to establish a pizzeria. Fueled by ambition and passion, we’re committed to elevating our business to new heights. My entire family is involved in the business, and each member contributes their distinctive skills and personal charisma to the establishment, which plays a pivotal role in our success.The unwavering support of my family, our most cherished resource, propels us forward.

A few more words

I’m a 29-year-old residing in Netivot with my partner. Despite having 15 years of professional experience as a hairdresser, I decided to pursue my lifelong passion and open a Pizzeria. With the unwavering support of my family, whom I consider our most cherished resource, I am confident that we can tackle any challenge and build upon our previous achievements.

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