Make the World a Better place with Marc Spark’s Spark Tank

Marc Sparks is a Dallas based businessman, author and philanthropist. Together with Lynne Spiora Marc has undertaken a series of philanthropic projects all over the state of Texas.

Coming from humble origins himself, Marc Sparks has never forgotten his concern for his fellow man. 15 years ago he founded the Samaritan Inn, once a rundown homeless shelter, now a $3 million facility feeding over 200 people a day. In addition to that, he and Lynne have mounted a transitional living center in North Texas, and are currently building a family shelter. The success of these endeavors have inspired them to help other social entrepreneurs with their new program Spark Tank.

Modeled after the hit television program Shark Tank, Marc and Lynne’s new project enables social entrepreneurs to receive the grant funding and management oversight they need to carry out their philanthropic projects.

Marc and Lynne want to find the most talented, creative, hard-working individuals who are passionate about their projects and are dedicated to improving the lives of others.  Read more: They Can’t Eat You: My Unorthodox Path To Outrageous Success

Those that are interested should visit the Spark Tank website to learn more about the project and its requirements. Applicants must be a 501c3 organization with a minimum of two years history.

Human services, animal services, and the arts are all eligible to apply. National charities, United Way charities, political action committees (PACs) and faith based initiatives ARE NOT eligible. Read more: Marc Sparks’s Books and Publications Spotlight

Apply today and together we can make the world a better place. If you have an idea that you are passionate about, but don’t know how to get it off the ground why not take a chance and visit the spark tag website to apply?

Learn more about Marc Sparks:
http://whoismarcsparks.com/
http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1132595

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  1. Faith based initiatives for nonreligious purposes are eligible. Applicants must apply before July, 15 and be prepared to give a 10 minute presentation before a panel in August. It’s good to conclude that if they buy essays froma good source, it will help them in the long run.

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