When COVID struck, it changed our way of doing business. On March 12th we closed our doors to the public; however, as an essential business, staff continued to work tirelessly over the next several weeks to meet the needs of our vulnerable seniors. We made thousands of check-in and reassurance calls to ensure the needs of at-risk and home-bound seniors were being met. We delivered food and basic care items to seniors' doorsteps; shopped and delivered groceries and prescriptions, distributed donated produce, bread and other food items, lunches, masks, hand sanitizers, puzzles, books and so much more. We transitioned our in-house classes to Zoom and are conducting one-on-one computer training with seniors, assisting with Census completion, and increasing online and social media communications to keep seniors engaged at home while remaining healthy and safe. In the first six months of 2020 alone, we served 2,196 unduplicated seniors, matching what we did in all of 2019. We continue to do all this despite a major loss in operating revenue due to postponed/canceled trips, classes, programs, special events, and fundraising events. Due to COVID, we shifted from primarily 70% program/30% support services to 100% support services, and now as we slowly re-open and doctors have reopened we still expect support services to be in high demand.