The co-founder who is at the same time the chairman of Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN), Eric Lefkofsky and his wife Liz have in togetherness helped simplify matters for the young in the society to access the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. This comes in a wake when the museum’s top officials are busy laying down plans to take a notch higher the admission prices for adults and seniors. This is a way has raised eyebrows, but for now we can’t get to the bottom of the matter, we just have to wait and see.

The MCA, Chicago’s preeminent modern art museum in making a statement showed his great optimism in regards to the bright future lying ahead for the company. He went ahead to reveal that indeed Lefkofsky had moved ahead to make a grant, though its size still remains disclosed to the general public for reasons well-known to the management board.

As a matter of fact the new move comes as great news to all the youths that are 18 years of age and under. According to some trusted and reliable sources, they will be able to enjoy free admission for the next five years and this how much accommodated the youth are in this particular group. June is the exact move that the plan will as a matter of fact be implemented thus opening the gateway to the young in society.

According to one of the top executives working with the organization, the museum is looking forward to uphold free admission to youth even after the set five-year duration that crept in as a result of the Lefkofsky grant.

Madeleine Grynsztejn, who happens to be MCA’s director was very clear while making a statement. The top executive said that the young persons in this age and time require more than a place to look at art. As a matter of fact, the average young person needs a place that offers him or her environment to talk and discuss, as well as a community hub that provides an ideal hangout arena.