Portland, OR. “Heart Is Where The Home Is” was the theme for a recent Cedar Sinai Park virtual benefit which raised over $533,000 to support local seniors. Ari Shapiro, one of the hosts of NPR’s All Things Considered, served as the benefit’s emcee on March 13th. The Beaverton HS grad, seen above, connected with guests from his home in Washington, D.C. He helped viewers understand the work of the mission-based nonprofit founded on Jewish values. Cedar Sinai Park offers a wide variety of residential settings and services on its SW Portland campus and in the community.

Daniel Shoemaker, the owner of Teardrop Lounge offers special virtual cocktail/mocktail lessons for supporters. 

Six 13, a nationally-known a cappella group, performs an original song during the online event.

Cantor Eyal Bitton, Congregation Neveh Shalom, and Cantor Ida Rae Cahana, Congregation Beth Israel perform “Happy Days Are Here Again!”

Presenting Sponsors included Sandi and Ralph Miller, Jordan Schnitzer / The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Family Fund, and Marcy Tonkin.

You may watch a recording of “Heart Is Where The Home Is” at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4if7iG_UGA

About Cedar Sinai Park:
Cedar Sinai Park has been serving Portland’s seniors for over 100 years. Dedicated to helping people live life to the fullest at any stage, Cedar Sinai Park offers assisted living, nursing home, and rehabilitation services conveniently on 27 beautiful acres in SW Portland. Visit www.cedarsinaipark.org for more information! To schedule a tour, please contact 503-535-4000. Cedar Sinai Park is located at 6140 SW Boundary St., Portland OR 97221.Portland, OR.