Shots at the Bar in Sderot

Six years ago I opened my business in Sderot seeing a gap in the market for late night trading hours.  We serve toasted menu items and colorful shooters at the bar, along with good music and a great atmosphere. Since the war our business has been closed.We need help to pay salaries and expenses.  

My impact loan status:

$22,556 / $27,724
A way to help Uriah Maddoni that helps

What I need help with

The business has been closed for three months, and there is uncertainty regarding its imminent reopening. All inventory has been discarded, and some products have deteriorated beyond the scope of current expenses, which include rent, electricity, Bezeq, Variphone, and other supplier fees. The necessity for a loan arises to revitalize the business through renovations, advertising, acquiring new inventory, and establishing an online ordering platform.

About my business

Six  years ago I opened my business in Sderot seeing a gap in the market for late night trading hours.  We serve toasted menu items and colorful shooters at the bar, along with good music and a great atmosphere.

About me

​​I live in Sderot and I am really hoping to re-open my business soon. 

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