Shalom at Home

**UPDATE 3/12/2020

After much deliberation, we have made the decision to restructure Shalom on the Range on April 2. As a community center, we aim to put the well-being of our members first, and given the recent cases of COVID-19 in Utah and WHO designation of Pandemic, we do not feel it appropriate to move forward with this event in-person. We have decided to transition the event to a digital platform, which we are calling Shalom at Home, allowing everyone to take part in the exciting offerings of our silent and live auctions remotely. While it is disappointing we will not able to share this special evening with all of you in person, we still invite you to participate online. More information about Shalom at Home will be shared soon.
Shalom is the JCC's annual fundraiser, helping us maintain our Scholarship Program as well as helping us fill the gap between what members pay in dues and tuition, and the cost of running the JCC. We hope that you will continue to support this effort, in its new format for 2020. Golden Opportunity and Big Opportunity Tickets are still available, and can be purchased online.  
If you were planning to attend the April 2 event, we will contact you to discuss your continued support.
Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to sharing more details about Shalom at Home with you!

If you have any questions, please contact our Development Department

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Irene Tannenbaum bw web

We are celebrating the late Irene Tannenbaum, JCC member, supporter, Shalom on the Range devotee and friend. A runway model and fashionista, Irene took delight in sharing her knowledge of fashion, educating others on colors that would empower them. Honor Irene and her zest for life by wearing your color at this year’s Shalom on the Range.

A portion of the funds raised at Shalom on the Range goes toward the JCC Scholarship Fund:

  • Annual Scholarship Program: This past year we awarded more than $110,000 in financial assistance to low-income families allowing 47 children to attend summer camp, preschool, kindergarten and our afterschool programs.
  • Hospital Assistance Program: Each Year, the JCC provides more than 125 temporary free memberships to out-of-town families with a loved one receiving treatment at Primary Children’s Hospital, the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Shriners Hospital for Children or the University Hospital.
  • Refugee Scholarship Program: 42 children enrolled in the Refugee Scholarship Program from Sudan, Congo, Jordan, Somalia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Each received full scholarships to attend summer camp, lunch and transportation to and from their community.
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