The Dallas PRNewswire published Marc Sparks’ announcement on rewarding the second winner of Spark Tank. He founded the organization alongside Lynne Sipiora with the aim of mentoring small non-profit firms that support the society through providing profitable products and services. Spark Tank team announced the inner, Mommies in Need, an organization that offers child care support to small families in need. Besides, Mommies in Need provides affordable health care services to families including extra support and consistency at no cost. In her appreciation speech, the founder and president of Mommies in Need, Natalie Boyle acknowledged Spark Tank and Marc Sparks for rewarding them.
Thanks to Spark Tank, Mommies in Need has begun their search for multilingual professional nannies who can handle kids with special needs. Word has it that Mommies in Need have new openings to assist more families especially the stay – at- home parents who are going through a health crisis. For the short listing of an organization in Spark Tank, the company must have a minimum of two years operation. All shortlisted groups are offered ten minutes presentation to explain their mission, vision and objectives including a series of strategies implemented to achieve set goals.
After the organization’s presentation, Spark Tank presents a questionnaire to the team with an additional ten minutes for answering the questions in the questionnaire. Spark Tank evaluates the programs of the firms according to their presentation and if an organization had an incredible presentation, the panel offers the grant to the winners. Marc Spark’s aim was to mentor talented teams from non-profit organizations with a subsidy. In addition to the award, Spark Tank provides mentorship classes on leadership because most enterprises fail due to the inability of the team to express itself.
Marc Sparks established Spark Tank program from his entrepreneurial background to anchor community success. Because he is Dallas-based, the program has seen the Dallas community grow into more non-profit organizations through funded grants. In his speech, Marc Sparks says that the third round of Spark Tank applications is on until 1st October. Failure to send in applications by 1st October means no admission. After the round three nominations, Spark Tank will hold a competition for the first, second and third winners to determine the next recipient of the grant.
About Spark Tank
The Dallas-based entrepreneur, Marc Sparks owns a home office and commits to developing companies for entrepreneurs. Spark Tank features innovative ideas geared towards asking social service workers with entrepreneurial skills to mentor young entrepreneurs. Spark Tank was established to fund community projects. After his successful project at the Samaritan Inn homeless shelter, Marc Sparks committed his achievement to supporting the homeless, non-profit firms and talented entrepreneurs.