Shawn Kimel and his wife Stacey Kimel are currently trending for their generosity after a $21-million donation to Sinai Health.
Shawn Kimel is a Canadian entrepreneur who founded K2 & Associates Investment Management in 1998.
Earlier, he worked as an Analyst with Working Ventures Canadian Fund from 1996 to 1998.
Shawn now serves as the chairman of K2 & Associates.
Shawn Kimel Wife And Family
Shawn Kimel’s wife’s name is Stacey Kimel.
From their marriage, the couple parents three children together.
As of now, Shawn Kimel and his wife are trending for their $21-million donation to the Sinai Health Foundation. The couple has been longtime supporters of the organization.
Other than his wife and children, additional details on Shawn’s family members are yet to be revealed.
How Old Is Shawn Kimel?
Currently, we have no information about the age of Shawn Kimel.
Similarly, Mr.Shawn hasn’t revealed his birth date and when and where he was born on any internet platform.
Shawn Kimel Net Worth
Shawn Kimel has not unveiled his net income on any social media sites and internet platforms.
According to Fintel’s post, the entrepreneur is listed as an insider in the businesses of NEXT / NextDecade, SIMPLICITY ESPORTS & GAMING Co.
But, seeing his generous donation of $21-million, Shawn should have a net worth of at least $100 million.
Shawn Kimel $21-Million Donation
Shawn Kimel and his wife Kate Schatzky have donated $21-million to help Sinai Health transform its intensive care unit.
Intensive Care Units (ICUs) provide life-saving care every day. The ICU at #MountSinaiToronto is about to transform, thanks to a $21 million gift from Shawn Kimel and Kate Schatzky. More on their incredible gift to both our #ICU and research at the #LTRI:https://t.co/Cgi2wjL8ai
— Sinai Health (@SinaiHealth) April 6, 2021
When a motorbike accident in 2017 left Shawn Kimel with a serious brain injury, the Toronto resident was treated first in critical care and later in the intensive care unit at Mount Sinai Hospital.
The service inspired Shawn Kimel and his partner Kate Schatzky to give $21-million to Sinai Health for a number of initiatives, including $10-million for new space in the ICU, which will more than double in size and receive 20 new beds.