Computer for Aviva and Lior’s Children

Total Cost - USD 736
Still Needed - USD 0
Funded - USD 736

Aviva, 51, and Lior, 58, have six children. Lior was sentenced to 18-months at home for illegally growing cannabis. Lior struggles with post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression, diabetes, and anxiety attacks.

Aviva had to leave her job as a daycare aide when she became the guarantor for her husband in his house arrest. With only Aviva’s unemployment payments and Lior’s disability benefits, the family has trouble getting by. They have to stretch to pay rent.

Two of their children are married with children of their own. One is about to go into the Army.

The youngest two, ages 14 and 12, have learning and attention issues, but with support from their parents and their schools, they are managing to keep up academically. However, they need a computer in order to do their homework and research assignments. The family cannot afford a computer and is hoping for help purchasing one.

Verified by: Sofia Schechter, Department of Social Services, Or Akiva | Case No.: 190038
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