COVID-19 has made a greater demand for our services at our facility and in the community. High unemployment has increased the numbers of individuals and families in need of food as well as secure housing. We now serve 50,000 individuals and families a month. We have been able to team up with other agencies to provide formula and pampers for babies in the community. We have also been able to collaborate with businesses to provide pet food to our clients. We have recently secured our own truck for picking up and distributing food in the community. Our work is never ending and very demanding. Individuals, families and other community-based organizations are constantly requesting food to meet the needs of struggling people. We always need more volunteers. We always need much more financial donor support to meet the needs of our needy residents.