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.
The Sholom Community Alliance (SCA) Budget and Finance Committee is responsible for maintaining the fiscal stability and long-term economic health of SCA. The Committee oversees that operating and capital budgets of SCA are supportive of and integrated with the long-range plans and mission of SCA. The Committee also provides oversight of fiscal management and guidance to leadership responsible for day-to-day operations.
The Sholom Board Executive Committee shall have power to act only in the intervals between meetings of the Board and at all times shall be subject to the control of the Board. In the event the Executive Committee takes an action pertaining to the special limitations on the Board found in section 3.15, the action shall be subject to Board approval as specified therein, unless the Board specifies the authority of the Executive Committee in advance, and specifies the conditions under which Board authority may be delegated.
The Sholom Board Property, Building and Grounds Committee works with Sholom management staff to:
The Sholom Community Alliance (SCA) Quality Care Committee is responsible for ensuring that quality of life, care and services are provided to all served within Sholom programs based on industry standards and regulations, best practice and continuous improvement across the care delivery systems in order to assist those we serve to live healthy.
The Sholom Community Alliance (SCA) Religious Affairs Committee ensures that spiritual and religious needs are met in our Sholom Community Alliance community by providing support so that our Jewish participants may fully participate in Jewish life and that people of all religions may practice their faith traditions.
Ad Hoc Committees are appointed for specific purposes and have a life limited to the duration of the project.