The Efroymson Family has given generously to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, including support for the Ruby Bridges history path in The Power of Children exhibit.
The Efroymson family has generously supported The Children’s Museum since 1983, with gifts designated to both capital and annual priorities. Prior to Dan Efroymson’s death in 1999, he and his wife Lori generously supported the “You Can Build a Mind” Campaign, naming the Picnic Area and Bus Plaza in memory of their daughter, Rachel, who tragically passed at the age of 5. The Efroymsons subsequently made generous gifts enabling the creation of the What if…?
exhibit and the Anne Frank in the World
and Rescuers of the Holocaust
Following Dan Efoymson’s passing, Lori married Sergio Aguilera and they have since continued the Efroymson family’s generous tradition of supporting the museum with gifts to the Power of Children Campaign, and the Anne Frank Activity Area and Ruby Bridges History Path in The Power of Children. Their generosity has also supported the renovation of the Playscape gallery.
Dan Efroymson served the museum in a volunteer capacity as a member of the Board of Trustees from 1986–1991, and as a Distinguished Advisor from 1992 until his death in 1999.