b'What we have all shared, at CCC and in our community, is the realization that were in this together; what affects one person anywhere affects everyone everywhere.Dear friends:This past year proved to be a complex, challenging time for everyone. However, if it taught us anything, its that were truly in this together. Im incredibly proud of Central City Concern (CCC) and our communitys response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the beginning of the pandemic, we quickly came to the conclusion all CCC services are vital, and we vowed to keep our doors open in a time when the people we serve needed us more than ever. We continued to provide essential services because our community stepped up and donated thousands of surgical masks, gloves, face shields and protective gowns. Countless pounds of donated food meant our clients and residents could safely shelter in place. Because we were able to provide onsite COVID-19 testing at multiple buildings, our infection rates were among some of the lowest in Multnomah County for congregate housing.I also cant say enough about the financial support our community provided during the past year. These resources have enabled CCC to continue our innovative approach to ending homelessness, combining high-quality health care, addiction and mental health treatment with safe, supportive housing and meaningful employment. Amid it all, we broke ground on two new developments. One will be'