While there is no doubt that we will collectively prevail against this global pandemic, and that therapies and vaccines that will significantly reduce, if not eliminate, the infections and the loss of life are imminent, there is no escaping the fact that COVID-19 has caused a profound disruption in the way we live and work. Historical unemployment even in the most advanced and robust economies of the world; unprecedented dislocation of workers; and food supply that has been challenged worldwide. According to Feeding America, one out of six Americans need assistance with putting food on the table, a situation made worse by the coronavirus. Team PDS recognizes this need and is striving to assist in whatever way we can. We are thankful to our employees and their families, our partners, and our clients who contributed to a successful food drive in Madison this past summer. In addition, at our annual PDS Connect conference – held virtually this year – we committed to donate $10 for every individual who participated in the conference. We had a great turnout, and I am glad to report that we are donating a handsome amount to the Second Harvest Food Bank in Madison and in Minneapolis.