GREEN BAY (NBC 26) -- The Children's Museum of Green Bay is working through the social changes like anyone during this time dealing with the coronavirus.
Governor Tony Evers issued a 'safer at home" order last month and that has forced many businesses and local non-profits to change how they operate.
The Children's Museum of Green Bay is a non-profit serves the needs and interests of children by offering programs and exhibits to encourage learning.
Since having to close, they've taken to Facebook with daily crafts and projects that promote art, STEM, reading and more to help keep children engaged as they're home during this time.
This has been a difficult time for many and the Children's Museum hasn't been spared either. On any given day the Children's Museum is visited by more than hundred children and families. During spring breaks alone the museum brings in 10% of its annual admission revenue.
There are ways to support the Children's Museum of Green Bay and its mission. You can simply donate by checking out their website or by purchasing a gift card or a membership now to use later.