History

A History of Community Service


SHALOM Denver was established in 1955 as The Utility Workshop of Denver to help Holocaust survivors who relocated to Denver following World War II. A handful of refugees received rehabilitation services and vocational training in printing, sewing-machine-operation, clerical, and janitorial services.

Over the years, The Utility Workshop moved away from primarily helping Holocaust survivors to serving people with intellectual developmental disabilities. In 1978, it was renamed “SHALOM Denver” and shortly thereafter grew into a large-scale mailing services operation.

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SHALOM Denver is a local nonprofit organization serving the Denver business community for more than 60 years, providing a wide array of services and solutions to many businesses and industries.