Sholom is a not for profit organization providing a broad continuum of residential, social service, and health care services primarily for older adults and within a Jewish environment.
Sholom has built a reputation for excellence in providing high quality elder care. With convenient Twin Cities locations, Sholom offers a continuum of care ranging from senior apartment homes and assisted living to short-term rehab and skilled nursing care, hospice services, memory care, adult day services and meals on wheels. Recognizing that the elderly are individuals with psychological, emotional spiritual, social and physical needs, the organization is committed to working with individuals and their families to find the most comfortable and enjoyable living arrangements.
Sholom offers a full continuum of senior care services at two convenient Twin Cities locations as well as providing home care and hospice services to individuals wherever they call home.
Sholom Foundation was established in 1985 with its sole mission to ensure the financial viability of Sholom’s facilities and programs.
The Sholom Auxiliary supports the ‘extras’ at Sholom that make our residents, tenants, and clients feel comfortably at home.
Sholom is fortunate to have a highly experienced and capable management team in place.
On behalf of the residents, tenants, and clients, thank you for your gift to Sholom. You can support Sholom in a number of ways. You can choose to make a gift to current operational needs of the organization or one of our facilities, you can give to an endowment fund for future needs, or you can make a gift that supports some of the comforts of home that our residents, tenants, and clients enjoy. Tribute gifts (In Honor of, In Memory of, etc) can be made through any of the links below and will include a printed card sent on your behalf to the recipient indicated. Please note, all gifts are acknowledged quarterly in the Circle of Life publication.
Sholom Volunteers play a vital role in delivering services and programs that improve and enhance the lives of residents and tenants.
Sholom’s committees are made up of staff, board, and community members whom manage the affairs and further the purposes of each department or entity within the organization.