A Legacy of Philanthropy
USC Arcadia Hospital began more than a century ago as Methodist Hospital
of Southern California with a gift from the Women’s Home Missionary
Society. Then in the 1950s, a group of civic-minded volunteers came together
to ask their friends and neighbors for funds to bring Methodist Hospital
to Arcadia. Throughout our years of service, we have flourished because
generous people like you want to ensure that exceptional health care is
available in our community.
The spirit of giving is alive and well today in our new 155,000-square-foot
North Tower. Responding to a call for support from our community, our
generous donors contributed more than $27 million toward The Next Generation
of Care Campaign. We owe a debt of gratitude to those who made significant
contributions to this effort, such as Bea and Tom Hollfelder, Peggy and
Andrew Cherng, and Lee and Mickey Segal.
To learn about how you can make a transformational gift to USC Arcadia
Hospital, please contact Gloria Rico, Director of Major Gifts at
email@example.com or 626-821-2340.