The Jewish organization JRoots is working with the Galicia Jewish Museum in Krakow to turn it into a day-care center for Jewish refugees for Ukraine. This was done to give mothers of refugee families more space to resolve their situations. The children are supervised by teachers and psychologists and they frequently have field trips and special activities. An example of this is when the children were taken to a local restaurant and were able to decorate biscuits. The children come from diverse areas all over Ukraine and some have permanently lost their original homes.