It started out with Mark Larma
from Concord, NC e-mailing PRF that he had a computer he wanted to donate to a child with Progeria. After learning that the child's family could not afford a computer, and the child has always wanted one, Mark also decided to donate the monthly Internet access costs. His dad, who lives in Omaha, NE and brother (from Kansas City, MO) then got swept up in the donation and helped with shipping costs. His dad also donated a printer, and his brother donated a monitor that allowed Mark to give the child a better one than Mark originally had. All kinds of upgrades were added as time went on. Now Mark's wife wants to help out as well, and has asked for information on volunteering opportunities. It was so exciting, over the course of just a few short weeks, Mark and his family got more and more committed to this donation and to PRF. They spent a lot of time on the set up of the whole system, and we -- as well as the lucky recipient of this computer system- are very grateful.