Covid-19 impacted every element of our effort in 2020 - New constraints to resolve: - We could no longer raise donations at school and this cut into our funding plans. - Meetings with the Hands For The Andes Club at Gill St. Bernard's School were interrupted. -Travel to Ayacucho end volunteering at the homes was no longer possible. - Meetings with caretakers and our donors were also more difficult. - Shipping clothing and goods from Lima to Ayacucho was not possible as Peru went into lockdown. How we adapted and kept helping -Kept in touch with the administrators and established relationships in Peru. This made us faster and more efficient as we learned not to wait for in-person meetings to learn and solve problems. - We wired funds for food kitchens and medical supplies to Ayacucho -We partnered with a non-profit organization in Lima that distributed our clothing and toys where they were most needed in Lima. -We are helping a very poor father with treatment and all medical expenses so he can return healthy to his village. -We are planning the next phase of our academic and career mentoring program for the orphaned girls in Huanta remotely.