Thanks for that.
I believe businesses need the help of not-for-profits like yours, agencies, or whoever has that expertise, so I appreciate your perspective from the front lines.
My second question is for Ms. Ryan. You talked about the success you've had with companies coming in and wanting to spend a day, whether it's—and I can't remember the examples you used—actually being there, doing the digging, and getting their hands dirty. I really appreciate that.
I wonder, from your perspective, how you balance the desire of these folks who really want to be involved, participate, and put their sweat into your projects, and the fact that they don't actually have expertise. It might actually be better if they just gave you money and then you employ the people with their expertise. But I understand that there's real value in having those folks there on the ground with you, so what's the balance there?