Sustainability is key. And we've kept that in mind since the early days of KCH. The intent all along has been to provide the students with the tools they need to find gainful employment – so they can be financially independent. During my last trip to Haiti, the students themselves took the next step. They suggested they make and sell macrame sandals as a source of income for KCH and a way for them to give rather than only to receive. We on the Board of Directors have tossed around ideas like this before and we've talked about ways to find donors in Haiti to make KCH sustainable in Haiti. The students' proposal was a great moment for both the students' own ownership and self-esteem and for KCH to move towards local sustainability. We've since opened the planning up to more or different products and we've begun to more precisely identify costs and local markets. When we have a sound business model for our new social enterprise, I hope to begin trial production. The sense of accomplishment and self-sufficiency for the students can't be understated. The objective of sustainability also can't be understated. Helping Haitian young adults to help themselves is something we can all be proud of. Thanks so much for believing in the students and in KCH.