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Volunteers Needed

Eileen Hallet Stone’s active volunteer efforts as a member of  the Utah section of The National Council of Jewish Women founded The Shalom Salaam Tikkun-Olam (SSTO) program. The program began as an annual NCJW Utah members project as a way to give the St. Vincent de Paul soup kitchen staff the day off on Christmas.

Shalom Salaam Tikkun-Olam Community Service Program

NCJW Utah Section's service program brings together Jewish and Muslim volunteers to help the broader community at Christmas time.

This annual Shalom Salaam Tikkun-Olam (SSTO) program under NCJW leadership and in the spirit of Tikkun Olam (helping to repair the world) and Tzedekah (Justice) members and friends of Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Atheist communities volunteer to serve 1400-1700 less fortunate others during the Christmas holidays. 

Make a Difference

We need Volunteers — You with your Friends with your Family
Do a Mitzvah!

Ways to Help

This collaboration has progressed the SSTO program into a multi-phased event helping help homebound seniors, at-risk populations, homeless veterans, Sanctuary shelter, new and transitioning refugee families representing 500+ children/adults from countries such as Bosnia, Congo, Iraq, Liberia, Sudan, Myanmar, Somalia, Bhutan, and Syria.
West High School students and faculty prep for SSTO

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West High School students and faculty prep for SSTO

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Volunteers Needed

Eileen Hallet Stone’s active volunteer efforts as a member of  the Utah section of The National Council of Jewish Women founded The Shalom Salaam Tikkun-Olam (SSTO) program. The program began as an annual NCJW Utah members project as a way to give the St. Vincent de Paul soup kitchen staff the day off on Christmas.

Shalom Salaam Tikkun-Olam Community Service Program

NCJW Utah Section's service program brings together Jewish and Muslim volunteers to help the broader community at Christmas time.

This annual Shalom Salaam Tikkun-Olam (SSTO) program under NCJW leadership and in the spirit of Tikkun Olam (helping to repair the world) and Tzedekah (Justice) members and friends of Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Atheist communities volunteer to serve 1400-1700 less fortunate others during the Christmas holidays. 

Make a Difference

We need Volunteers — You with your Friends with your Family
Do a Mitzvah!

Ways to Help

This collaboration has progressed the SSTO program into a multi-phased event helping help homebound seniors, at-risk populations, homeless veterans, Sanctuary shelter, new and transitioning refugee families representing 500+ children/adults from countries such as Bosnia, Congo, Iraq, Liberia, Sudan, Myanmar, Somalia, Bhutan, and Syria.
West High School students and faculty prep for SSTO

We Make a Difference

West High School students and faculty prep for SSTO

Variety of NCJW Utah images
Variety of NCJW Utah images