Computer for Alon and Liat’s children
Both Alon and Liat work full time – he is a cleaner and supervisor at the town mikve and she is a medical receptionist. But their combined salaries are not enough to cover the needs of their family.
Their younger three children (ages 12, 16, and 17) need one for school; without it, they need to line up for the school’s computer or try to work at friends’ houses.
Their oldest son, 20, is legally blind. He cannot serve in the Army, and is currently at home without a program or a structure. He would like to make the most of his abilities and to advance his education, and access to a computer is the key to his doing this.
Alon and Liat recognize the importance of computer for their children’s’ lives but do not have the means with which to acquire one.