Kerem Shalom (Hebrew: כֶּרֶם שָׁלוֹם, lit. Vineyard of Peace) is a kibbutz affiliated with the Eshkol Regional Council on the Gaza Strip-Israel-Egypt border.
The kibbutz was founded in 1966 adjacent to the triborder area by members of Hashomer Hatzair. Its name includes the word shalom since the members believed that the location would play a role in establishing peace and ending the Arab-Israeli conflict.
In March 2006, the Avian influenza virus was identified in Turkey coops in Kerem Shalom.
In 2008, the kibbutz was bombarded by mortar shells in an attack described as the worst since Israel's pullout from Gaza. Although a mortar shell hit the electricity infrastructure, several families insisted on celebrating the Passover seder at the kibbutz dining hall.