Sholom, in partnership with our community, supports adults in need across the continuum of care, to live life fully in a Jewish environment where all are welcome.
With more than 100 years of service, Sholom offers campus-based programs in Minneapolis/St. Louis Park and St. Paul as well as community-based services across the metro area.
Call Sholom today to learn more about all of our services and take a tour of our facilities. We offer convenient Twin Cities locations.
The 11th Annual Food for your Soul fundraiser will take place virtually on Thursday, November 11, 2021. This year’s honorees are Toba and Allen Freeman.
The evening is free and open to the public. Click here to learn more about the event and how you can show your support.
At Sholom, we are a talented team of top-notch healthcare professionals who are dedicated to providing exceptional care for our residents. Ideal employees for Sholom are highly motivated individuals who are passionate about providing services in a warm and caring manner. At Sholom, you can make a true difference in our seniors’ lives. Apply today to join our Sholom team!
There is a unique opportunity this coming summer with AmeriCorps, also known as the domestic Peace Corps. As COVID-19 continues to create challenges for Minnesotans, you can make a difference this summer. We are excited to announce that ServeMinnesota’s 2021 Emergency Response Initiative (ERI) has positions available through Ackerberg Family Sholom West Campus.
ERI members will provide much-needed support in meeting the educational needs of students, addressing food and housing insecurity, reaching out to those in social isolation and more. They will serve 35 hours per week for ten weeks at a variety of community partners. Opportunities begin on June 7 and end August 14; applicants need to be 18 by the time they start their service.
ERI members will receive:
Click here for details and to apply: I’M INTERESTED!
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Sholom offers many services for seniors. Please click on the links below to learn more or check out our virtual brochure Sholom is a non-profit organization providing a broad continuum of residential, social service and health care services primarily for older adults and within a Jewish environment.