Join us for an evening of celebration and inspiration, highlighting Spark Ventures’ powerful social enterprise work in Zambia and Nicaragua.
The Spark Ventures Annual Event
Thursday, October 13, 2016 | 6-9pm The Murphy
50 E Erie St, Chicago
Event Chair – Kathy Campbell Wolf Event Emcee – Michelle Gallardo, ABC 7 Chicago
Anyone who has traveled with Spark Ventures to Zambia knows Teacher Judy well. She is often in the center of welcome songs and student performances and she speaks eloquently about her 10+ years of experience serving the students in Twapia.
Our co-founders first met Marvis at Hope House Orphanage when she was just seven. Now she is an impressive young woman, and serves as “head girl” at Hope House – mentoring other students. She will complete high school this year and hopes to become a nurse.
It will be a powerful experience for Teacher Judy and Marvis to travel to the U.S. and meet so many Spark supporters who have helped to change their lives.
We know you will be inspired by their personal stories.
We will be honored to induct the following new members into our Founder’s Circle at Ignite 2016:
Tasha Seitz & Alan Choyna | Nick & Robbin Schoewe | North Park University
Feeling lucky? Win a trip for 2 to Nicaragua!
Try your luck, and secure one of our limited issue raffle tickets to win a trip to Nicaragua with Spark Ventures for you and a friend! Take your pick of any of our upcoming trips to Nicaragua and enjoy two tickets to the Spark Ventures travel experience, PLUS $1000 towards the cost of your airfare.
Spark has developed a world-class impact travel program, hosting over 400 participants on trips to Nicaragua and Zambia.
We are selling a limited number of raffle tickets and will announce the winner at Ignite 2016 (you do not need to be present to win).
Spark Ventures Ignite 2015 was a great success and we look forward to hosting our event in this beautiful space for the second year in a row.
Originally built in 1926, The Murphy is truly one of Chicago’s finest architectural jewels. The architectural design of the auditorium is by Marshall and Fox, and is in the French Renaissance style, reminiscent of the Chapelle de-Notre-Dame de Consolation in Paris.