Our names are Emunah and Shlomo. We turned our childhood dream into reality and opened the Magic Ice Cream parlor in our hometown of Kdumi in the Samaria region. The business temporarily closed during the first week of the war. During this period, a significant portion of our inventory was generously donated to the soldiers in the area. Now, the business is launching an initiative to expand deliveries to increase sales and we could use your help!

My impact loan status:

$23,409 / $23,409
Meet Emuna and Shlomo

Micro lending, Macro Impact

Now that the business is well established, we want to expand our market and have the ability to travel to events and fairs throughout the country, spreading happiness through our ice cream and magic. 

My business - My spark

When Shlomo was a young boy, he used to visit his uncle’s ice cream factory in Tel Aviv, fascinated by the work, creativity, and the joy that ice cream brought to people. Even when he visited ice cream shops, he found greater joy in serving ice cream than in eating it himself. He dreamed of being on the other side of the counter. In recent years, this dream has become a reality. It started with a small refrigerator in the yard of our trailer, then grew into a physical ice cream shop. Now, we aspire to expand further by traveling to events and fairs throughout the country, spreading happiness through our ice cream and magic, just as we love to do.

Our business originated from the heart, and developed intuitively and spontaneously, without outside investments or support. 

A few more words

I am married to Shlomo the Magician. We live in Kdumim, parents of 4 little ones. I manage our Magical Ice Cream parlor with my beloved husband. You can say that we are addicted to smiles!

This shop is located in proximity to the West Bank (without security measures). Our business temporarily ceased its operations during the first week of the war. During this period, a substantial portion of our stock was generously donated to the soldiers in the vicinity. Presently, the business is embarking on an initiative to expand deliveries in an effort to boost sales.

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