We have a network of groups across Canada. We have about 112 groups. These are very small grassroots organizations. I think they're concerned with what they were seeing happening within their communities in terms of elder abuse and the social isolation of elders, so they wanted to really get involved. They're the ones who are taking this program and running it in their local communities. Often it's through a church, a synagogue, or a mosque, where there's a community already established. They're coming in and saying, “Here's this program. Let's get together; let's first learn it.” There's an education component. It's also confidence building for volunteers. It's giving them a sense of ownership, and then empowering them to go out. We're teaching them concepts about the power of human presence, that there's meaning in human suffering. We don't want to suffer, but—
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