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Computers Donation For Evacuated Families

The Computer from the Heart Association, along with this project partners, 

has harnessed its efforts in order to support the evacuees and provide them with  a working computer, so that they can try and manage some  sort of normal everyday lives.

Who we are?

​We're a diverse team of professionals hailing from key sectors in Israeli industry, including hi-tech, computing, law, finance, and marketing. Our collective expertise enables us to drive the association's mission forward effectively. In the course of our professional activities, we encounter computers that are still in excellent working condition but are deemed "obsolete" by companies looking to upgrade their hardware.


We've also observed that these companies often face challenges in finding entities willing to take these still-functional computers and redistribute them to those in need, all while operating on a non-profit basis.


Identifying a unique opportunity to make a meaningful impact, we decided to take matters into our own hands. We established the organization and set up operations to ensure these computers reach those who can truly benefit from them.


The "Computer from the Heart" Association (Israeli NPO 580759363) is verified by Give Israel, and registered at Benevity.

How can you help?

With your help, we'll provide Windows-based laptops for displaced children and their families.​


Through the association's official website, you can donate any sum through any method you feel

comfortable with.

Our Partners

Brothers and Sisters for Israel logo
mate hahitech logo
hamal ezrahi logo
atufim bemachshevim logo

The cost of equipping one Civilian Emergency Squad, which includes an average of 16 volunteers, is approximately $24,000. Our aim to equip all 500 squads for a total cost of approximately $12M USD.

How Can You Help

Join us in making a profound impact on the lives of those who serve as the first line of defense alongside Israel's borders. Your support will play a pivotal role in safeguarding our most vulnerable communities, ultimately saving the lives of thousands of families across the country.

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