By now, the nation is well aware of the toll that the coronavirus has taken on businesses, restaurants and the community at large. There are, however, other unique entities and organizations also facing the same challenges. Recently, I read an article about a Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3260 located south of Boston, Massachusetts that surrendered their charter and closed the post for good; a post that was established and serving its community since 1935. This closing is not an isolated incident. Many veterans organizations and fraternal organizations have struggled to keep their doors open amid the pandemic.