Become a Giving Champion for 25 Days (December 1st -25th) and help the Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville offer innovative early childhood development experiences that inspire joy, creativity, and the wonder of childhood. cMoe’s gift from the city’s budget will be down this year, but their holiday spirits are still high…because they have great museum friends and community members. cMoe has chosen this holiday season to celebrate all of the ways that our exhibits and programs serve our community, and to ask for your help in continuing the important work of expanding and inspiring young minds, sparking their lifelong passion for curiosity and learning through play!

Here's how you can support cMoe—and celebrate the power of giving back:

Spread the Joy:  Make a $25 gift and ask 25 friends to donate $25 during the 25 Days of Giving!

Spread the Wonder:  Encourage your place of work or your community organization to adopt the museum as a holiday project. Set a goal to raise $250.

Spread the Creativity:  Share additional ways your friends and family can support cMoe this holiday season....ask them to become a museum member, shop for our wish list items, consider hosting events at cMoe or volunteer their time and talent at the museum.

As a not-for-profit organization, admission, members and program fees only cover 55% of the true cost of providing our unique and innovative museum experience to 58,000 people each year. This year, for the holidays, give the gift of play to ensure that children will continue to laugh, learn and thrive at Your Children’s Museum!

Support learning through play! Each gift is 100% tax deductible. Giving is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

  1. In person at cMoe during open hours.
  2. Online at www.cmoekids.org
  3. By phone: 812.464.2663 ext. 230

The mission of the Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville (cMoe) is to spark the curious minds and imagination of children and their families through dynamic exhibits, programs and activities.  The museum is located at the corner of 5th and Locust Streets in Downtown Evansville.

Courtesy of Ashley McReynolds, Director of Marketing and Development