Kate Oresic, a case manager at Family Promise of Beaufort County, helps Izavea Singletary, 11 with a computer Wednesday while his brothers and sisters play at the organization's Bluffton office.
Kate Oresic, a case manager at Family Promise of Beaufort County, helps Izavea Singletary, 11 with a computer Wednesday while his brothers and sisters play at the organization's Bluffton office. Delayna Earley/Staff photo
Kate Oresic, a case manager at Family Promise of Beaufort County, helps Izavea Singletary, 11 with a computer Wednesday while his brothers and sisters play at the organization's Bluffton office. Delayna Earley/Staff photo

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