The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken our communities, our workplaces, and our families. The pandemic is laying bare the stark inequities in our society, cleanly separating those with the means to self-isolate and to work remotely, from those who were already living on the edge. Our safety net sector itself is experiencing a uniquely taxing moment. Demand for safety net services has skyrocketed as millions file for unemployment. Nonprofits are struggling to respond to canceled fundraising events, to put in place remote work capacity with outdated tech systems, to understand and respond to the myriad relief programs offered, to keep staff and clients safe while delivering more services that often rely on face-to-face interactions and personal connection. At the same time, governments are projecting billions of dollars in shortfalls in revenue in coming years, placing the safety net system at great risk for underfunding and cuts.