Computer for Rina
Rina’s parents divorced when she was young and when she was 16, her mother kicked her out of the house. The State then took her in as an abandoned child.
Now 21, Rina is taking classes three times a week in order to become an insurance broker. She hopes that this will allow her to build herself a stable life with a reliable income. While studying, Rina also works as a telephone operator for Israel’s Emergency Medical Services.
Rina is certainly doing all she can to move forward. In order to advance in her studies, however, she needs a computer. This is an expense that she currently cannot afford. With a little bit of help, Rina can continue to pursue her dreams and her social worker has turned to Ten Gav donors for assistance as she cannot provide this assistance through the resources available to her at her agency.