Daniel Kashani, Soheyla K. Kashani, Yousef Y. Kashani and Claire Marks, Co-Chair of the Tarzana Reimagined Campaign
From broken bones to the birth of their children, and even a heart surgery, Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center has cared for many generations of the Kashani family, who have been residents of Tarzana for over 30 years. With decades of gratitude behind them, the family made a generous philanthropic gift of $1 million – the largest donation received by Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center to date.
“Tarzana is our community, and as members of it, we’re grateful for the high-quality care that we have received at the hospital,” said Danny Kashani. “My parents, as well as the rest of our family, wanted to make a donation that would enable the hospital to grow through the Reimagined Campaign.”
The campaign, a $540 million project redeveloping the Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center campus, will bring the future of healthcare to the San Fernando Valley. The rebuilt medical campus will be named under a new partnership with Providence and Cedars-Sinai. The new partnership empowers the hospitals to work collaboratively while also offering the unique skill sets of doctors from each hospital.
“The care at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center is really personalized,” said Danny. “It’s absolutely top-of-class care. My family and I feel like we are leaving something for future generations with this contribution.”
To learn how you can donate to the Tarzana Reimagined Campaign, please contact Matthew Rinnert at (818) 757-4341 or Matthew.Rinnert@providence.org.
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