The Peoria Friendship house is still trying to take care of it's community despite COVID-19's interuptions.
Programs at the non-profit have not stopped.
Even working with those at risk is still moving forward with limited in person contact.
The pantry has been ramping up items offered to families.
CEO and President Marcellus Sommerville said he's proud of their work.
"I think we adjusted in a way where we did more. We wanted to provide more. We wanted to be able to provide so many different things. We revved up what we were currently doing," said Sommerville.
He adds they aren't picky when it comes to donations and every bit counts during these difficult times.