Carpentry For Kids With Hila

I am self employed and manage the log business. A significant aspect of our business involves conducting carpentry classes in various schools.The business suffered significant damage due to the war, as all class activities came to a halt. I need help to sustain the business, preventing a permanent financial setback. 

My impact loan status:

$11,311 / $13,862
A way to help Hila Alsheikh that helps

What I need help with

The business suffered significant damage due to the war, as all class activities came to a halt. Consequently, the primary source of income from these classes ceased. This unfortunate situation occurred just one month into the current school year, and the investments made in registrations, advertising, instructor training, and other expenses have yet to be recovered.

The vision is to utilize the loan as a means to sustain the business, preventing a permanent financial setback and allowing for the continuation of activities despite the challenges posed by the war.

About my business

I am self employed and manage the log business. A significant aspect of our business involves conducting carpentry classes in various schools. Through this endeavor, I discovered a wonderful intersection between art and children – two realms that resonate deeply with me. Making such artistic experiences accessible to children is truly my mission in this work!

About me

I’m 28 years old, happily married to Itamar, and a proud mother of three adorable children, aged 6 to 1. Residing in Petah Tikva, my heart is deeply passionate about art and children. I’ve always cherished my independence, and this sentiment extends to my business, which I hold dear.Creating an environment where joy and inspiration thrive is at the core of what I love to do.

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