Kitchen Design With David

In 2006, I launched my carpentry business, specializing primarily in kitchen production and custom carpentry projects. As a second-generation carpenter, I inherited the trade from my father and am proud to carry on his legacy. However, following the War of Iron Swords, a downturn in orders and revenue created a significant gap in cash flow for my business.

My impact loan status:

$10,705 / $16,328
Meet David Amir

Micro lending, Macro Impact

Following the War of Iron Swords, a downturn in orders and revenue created a significant gap in cash flow for my business.I need help to keep the business going. 

My business - My spark

In 2006, I established my own carpentry business, focusing primarily on kitchen production and customized carpentry projects. As a second-generation carpenter, I acquired the craft from my father and am dedicated to following in his footsteps.

Being self-employed since 2006, I specialize in carpentry, prioritizing accuracy and using high-quality materials. Providing excellent service and customer care is paramount to me, ensuring satisfaction and contentment among my clientele.

A few more words

I live in Kiryat Ata and have been married since I was 19. I have six children and three grandchildren. Three of the children still live with us at home.

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