History of Sholom

Sholom, also known as Sholom Home, has its roots in two separate organizations: the Jewish Home for the Aged (originally the Charity Loan Society, est. 1890) and the Sholom Auxiliary (earlier known as the Daughters of Abraham, est. 1918). From its first facility, a home for eight elderly Jewish residents opened in 1908, to today’s Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses that serve hundreds, Sholom has remained focused on its mission to provide dignified and comprehensive care for the community’s older adults. Read below the highlights of Sholom’s development and notable milestones.

Sholom, Through the Years

  • First Jewish Home of Aged 1908
  • Newpaper Clipping About Five Female Founders of JHA

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