Israeli Non-Profit Organization Opens Doors for Disadvantaged Kids


Today Machshava Tova has expanded its activities and has over 12 centers spanning the country, from Afula to Beersheba.

The computer centers work with teenagers and children, job seekers and people with special needs, and provides them with basic and advanced PC literacy skills for work and recreational purposes and hands-on experience.

The organization today employs 70 workers and has a network of more than 100 volunteers — former students and members of the high-tech industry — who teach classes, hold mentorship programs and have one-on-one sessions with students. Over the years Machshava Tova has introduced more than 30,000 children, women, senior citizens and people with disabilities to the world of technology.

 

 

SHOSHANNA SOLOMON, THE TIMES OF ISRAEL

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