My greatest concern really is access.
There are still too many people who don't have some of the most basic of Internet services. They don't have telephones. They don't have transportation.
So, even with, you know, hundreds of food distribution sites set up around the city, with all of our testing sites that we have around the city of Detroit now, access to those resources is still a challenge.
Many of our nonprofits deliver face-to-face services. We are all having to adapt to the way we provide those services. And so knowing that there are still just thousands of people who can't access any of the resources that we're pulling together on their behalf at this time is very unsettling.
I will say, it's why we fight. It is why we get up in the morning to continue to do the good work. So, as long as United Way is standing, we will continue to fight for those who do not — not have at this time.