Our Gift Shop

The Jewish Home’s gift shop epitomizes retail therapy. We are here for residents, staff, and family members – from browsing to shopping and socializing.

Phone orders

Phone orders can be placed from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. The gift shop manager will arrange delivery to residents.

Call 415.469.2331

Volunteers Needed in the Gift Shop. We are seeking volunteer assistance on Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  to help customers with purchases, ring up sales, and keep the shop tidy and organized. Floaters and vacation relief are also needed. Retail experience is helpful but not necessary. Contact gift shop manager for more information.

Celebrating your birthday? We are pleased to offer a birthday bonus discount to our residents and staff! Visit the gift shop on the day of your birthday for a special surprise discount. This applies to one item only, and does not include food products or greeting cards. If your birthday falls on a Saturday, come in either the Friday or Sunday that falls around your special day.



shopping for a scarf

A dedicated group of volunteers will help you find that special gift for your family member and friend, or even yourself. Located in the lobby of the Goodman Building (next door to the garden café), the gift shop carries a wide selection of merchandise: women's clothing and accessories, greeting cards, jewelry, stuffed animals and toys, sundries, specialty food items, postage stamps, Judaica gifts, and more.

shopping for a scarf

Gift shop hours

11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Monday – Friday
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Coming soon: Gift shop on wheels.
We'll bring the most popular items to you!

Just arrived

Treat yourself to something special:

  • Scarf City- huge selection of spring and summer scarves - lacey and lightweight, solid silks and casual cottons.
  • Organic honey, fruit spreads, and flavored olive oil from Italy - perfect to sweeten your holiday table.
  • Beaded hair accessories. Wear them so many ways - as hair ties, bracelets or even to adorn hats.
  • Fair trade from Guatemala - scarves, earrings, jewelry and home decorations.
  • Women's clothing and accessories - great selection of tops, blouses, sweaters and purses...perfect for spring.
  • Moral Eyes - fashionable readers, only $8.00
  • Invisibelt - holds it up and in,as seen in Glamour magazine.
  • Wine Clutch - holds a single bottle of wine and includes corkscrew, insulated interior, small, lightweight and very trendy! Great gift!
  • Coloring books - new designs for adults, fun and relaxing!

Who needs the mall when you have the Jewish Home’s gift shop? New merchandise arrives daily, so come on in. Your support benefits our residents' programs and services.

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