Cedar Sinai Park Breaks Ground on Harold Schnitzer Health & Rehabilitation Care Center
July 28, 2015
Cedar Sinai Park celebrated the groundbreaking for the Harold Schnitzer Health & Rehabilitation Care Center on July 15th. The Care Center, named for the late Harsch Investment Properties founder Harold Schnitzer, will be a community with four 12-bedroom residences designed to truly be home, fostering dignity, privacy, and independence for people experiencing long-term illnesses or disabling conditions. Cedar Sinai Park will also complete a full renovation of the Robison Jewish Health Center.

The fundraising goal for the project is $19.35 million, with over $18 million raised so far. Arlene Schnitzer and Harold Schnitzer contributed a $5 million gift through the Oregon Jewish Community Foundation. Above, Harsch President Jordan Schnitzer, son of Harold and Arlene Schnitzer, speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony.

Read more about the project in the Daily Journal of Commerce.

Find out how you can contribute to Cedar Sinai Park's "Dignity by Design" campaign.