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CMEE’s COVID-19 Response

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) has overseen several efforts to help families cope with the COVID-19 crisis. Chief among them is a Food Pantry at the Museum that serves an average of 75 families every week. Ninety-four percent of the families …

Despite losing almost $750,000 in expected revenue in 2020, the Children’s Museum remains steadfast in its commitment to serving East End families and children.

In response to the unprecedented economic hardship faced by local families during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Children’s Museum of the East End CMEE launched several emergency initiatives to help families cope with the crisis.

Through strategic partnerships with other, local non-profits and members of the East End business community as well as financial contributions from countless, the Children’s Museum of the East End has been able to facilitate a food pantry for 70 to 80 families every week.

To help parents home school their children, the Children’s Museum of the East End has created CMEE @ Home, a resource containing daily enrichment activities. Monday through Friday, Museum educators provide an easy-to-replicate project that ensures children remain engaged during their time away from school. In addition to these DIY …

Prior to temporarily closing the Museum in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CMEE had already maintained the highest possible level of cleanliness to ensure the safety of our guests: During our hours of operation, full-time custodians wipe down and clean all surfaces throughout the Museum. When the Museum is closed, …

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