Marc Sparks and Lynne Spiora Launch Spark Tank

I want to tell you about a highly successful and compassionate man from Texas, who has managed to build a business empire from scratch and fund charitable projects throughout the state that have impacted many lives in a positive way.

I am speaking of Marc Sparks, the Dallas based businessman behind the innovative new project for social entrepreneurs: Spark Tank. Before I tell you about Spark Tank, allow me to tell you a little bit more about its founder. Learn more about Marc Sparks:

You can find out all about his life in the riveting how-to guide to starting a business that he wrote in 2014. “They Can’t Eat You: My Unorthodox Path to Outrageous Success” contains many gems and offers sound advice on how to succeed in the business world.

Today Marc Sparks oversees a vast and diverse business empire. However, his success has never made him forget those less fortunate. Marc Sparks, a compassionate man motivated by an unbreakable Faith in God has undertaken a multitude of charitable projects with the help of Lynne Spiora.

15 years ago they took a ramshackle homeless shelter and turned it into a $3 million facility, feeding more than 200 people a day. Given their compassion and commitment to service pay wants to enable others to carry out philanthropic projects.

Their new venture Spark Tank, seeks to empower social entrepreneurs through grant funding and nonprofit management oversight. Applicants must apply before July, 15 and be ready to give a 10 minute presentation concerning their projects before a panel in August. Marc and Lynne are seeking dynamic, creative, passionate, compassionate, hard-working individuals dedicated to making the world a better place. Read more: Marc Sparks – Dallas, Texas, United States, Timber Creek Capital  and  Marc Sparks – Profile – Disqus

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. Faith based initiatives for nonreligious purposes are eligible.