I wonder if there might be a way to build those connections, I think if there's a way to team up with organizations and see ways to make this something that's usually beneficial. So it's not like we're just volunteering and giving a bit of time to this event, but are there certain partnerships that can be built that can extend beyond particular events, and is beneficial to them? Maybe it's probably about just figuring out, particularly in a neighborhood where the resources aren't as bountiful and people are stressing in terms of capital, resources, time, energy. I think about ways that maybe partnerships can be made, it's usually beneficial so the people don't feel like, "I'm going out and giving out my time on a Sunday, when I could be at church. Or I could be doing something else with my family." Where they feel like, "No, I'm doing this because I'm getting from it as well, I'm not just volunteering and get getting more side effects of doing this, but I'm helping to advance my organization, or my classroom or something like that, in some way." Maybe that could mitigate that feeling, "I'm always asking people to do something." But in fact we can just build a relationship and go from there.