Over the course of 2020, SIHB became accustomed to adapting plans and programs to ensure safety and compliance during the COVID-19 pandemic. While it is unfortunate that our anticipated events could not be executed as planned, SIHB has been fortunate to offer our programing and events both virtually as well as in reduced capacity.Even with the release of the COVID-19 vaccination (SIHB is currently launching our vaccination program to elders, clients, and patients beginning in Q1 of 2021), we anticipate many of our programs under the GATHER project will require revisions and alterations. COVID-19 has impacted virtually every aspect of life for our staff and clients which make the activities SIHB plans to execute in the Year 3 Supplement even more relevant during these trying times.Intergenerational activities are a key component of our GATHER project. Wellbeing is very positively impacted when our staff, elders, and youth connect. The environment in which knowledge is shared is beneficial to all who partake, and we strive to increase the number of program participants. The shared knowledge is also beneficial during a time when so many people are facing economic hardships. Our programs specifically ensure participants have the skills to engage in healthier living practices, whether that is through food, cultural connection, plant-based medicine, or a combination of all of the above. These informational exchanges paired with quarterly feasts (if feasible to host due to COVID-19) will ensure our program participants feel engaged and prepared.