For all of us, 2020 was a challenging year. As our community faced the COVID-19 pandemic, we also faced uncertainty and isolation. We began learning the ins and outs of social distancing, quarantine and “unprecedented times.”
Amidst the trials of the pandemic, we adjusted to a new, strange sort of normal. Of course, our new normal showed us some spaces where we need to continue working – things like access to health care and broadband, food security and education were top of mind.
There were also some bright spots as folks spent more time enjoying the outdoors and less time commuting to work.
Through it all, we affirmed that our community is strong, and its strength lies in our people. We
are ready to rise to any challenge; we are resilient.
Resilience was a key word for us at the PATH Foundation in 2020. Whether it was in our Community Resilience grants to support nonprofits