“The Gandel family is honoured to enable South Australians, particularly school students, to visit a museum and learn about the history and the messages of the Holocaust, its relevance today and the importance of human rights. Mr and Mrs Gandel feel that endowing the main gallery in the name of Anne Frank, who was only 15 when she died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, offers young people the opportunity to connect, empathise and relate to one the most well-known of the six-million Jews who died in the Holocaust.”Vedran Drakulic OAM, Gandel Philanthropy CEO
Visiting Exhibition Partner
Education Program Partner
History Trust of South Australia
The display of Holocaust survivors usually found in the Lefmann Gallery was funded by the History Trust of South Australia through their South Australian History Fund.