Omri’s Electrics in the Gaza Envelope

Our project management company oversees all electrical requirements for large private and public projects. We are a small, high-quality team that functions like a family. Most of our clients are based in the Otef region. The business was temporarily shut down for a month, during which I continued to pay my employees to ensure they wouldn’t face personal hardships. I now seek assistance to navigate through this challenging period

My impact loan status:

$22,653 / $27,724
A way to help Shivz Omri Hazi that helps

What I need help with

The business is in Kibbutz Ruhama, which is the only one in our council that has not been evacuated. Most of our customers are in Otef, which significantly reduced activity. The business was shut down for a month during which I continued to pay my employees so that they too would not be harmed on a personal level.

About my business

Our project management company manages all the electrical requirements  for large private and public projects. We are a small, high-quality team that is like a family As a manager, I see the people they are, first and foremost! Our work includes responding to a maintenance service and projects in neighboring kibbutzim as well as private and security customers in the field of electricity.

About me

​​I’m Omri, 40 years old, happily married, and a father of three wonderful children. I have a deep connection with and love for my job. Our newest addition, born about three months ago, has brought immense joy and light into our lives. However, when the Seventh October disaster unfolded, a pervasive feeling of fear gripped us. I am beginning to grasp the impact this war has had on my business.

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