Sparo Helps Provide 45,000 Meals to Families Through Maryland Food Bank

Daniel Katz

Daniel Katz

Daniel Katz, nicknamed “The Professor” for his mentoring talents to help colleagues and clients learn how to adapt new strategies and tools for their goals, has learned and taught strategies by which brands impact society through intelligent marketing. Armed with a Masters of Management and decades of experience in his field, Dan gives the Sparo brand broad appeal in both forprofit and nonprofit worlds. Anyone wondering about Dan’s attention to detail should know that he’s a seasoned wooden-boat maker, skilled wood turner and respected scuba instructor.

We at Sparo are honored to have been able to assist the Maryland Food Bank with enough donations to serve 45,000 meals to the needy in Maryland.

Share Post:

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
Maryland Food Bank Donation

We at Sparo are honored to have been able to assist the Maryland Food Bank with enough donations to serve 45,000 meals to the needy in Maryland.

Sparo Corporation, a developer for the Sparo Community Giving Platform, an early stage technology platform to make charitable giving fun and easy, announced today that it has delivered a $15,000 donation to the Maryland Food Bank to provide 45,000 meals for area families. Sparo’s patented platform allows users to find and make donations to charities, and offers charities a chance to win a jackpot donation through its Sparo Sweepstakes.

“Sparo is changing the way donations are made to make it easy and fun to support charities,” said Rob Sobhani, founder and CEO of Sparo. “As we get set to launch our platform into the market, we wanted to show our support for the Maryland Food Bank with an upfront donation.”

Baltimore-based Maryland Food Bank has faced increased pressure recently helping families impacted by the government shutdown.

“This donation fills a critical need in Maryland with families facing hunger unexpectedly,” said Meg Kimmel, executive vice president, programs and external affairs at the Maryland Food Bank. “The effects of the shutdown are proving to be longer lasting than most people realize, and 45,000 meals will go a long way to providing stability to these families.”

Stay Connected

More Updates

Scroll to Top