Contribution agreements are extremely common. I'll bet you there are thousands of contribution agreements. I think Benoît could give you an exact number. Governments for decades have been using this as a way to get money to individuals through third parties that have better ways of doing this relationship-wise or in connections to communities.
We enter into a contribution agreement with an organization, and then it provides the support directly to individuals. I don't even know what else to say, it's so common.
As I said in my opening remarks, we did this for the community support fund and we did this for the women's shelter fund during the pandemic alone, but it really is a common tool that governments use. It's a very effective form of agreement with an organization.