#HELPBUILDTHEMIKVAH

We can do it!

Our community is coming together to raise the much needed funds to build our mikvah.

The trucks are working, cement has been poured, framing has begun.

The new mikvah is scheduled to open in the fall; funds are still needed to bring this crucial project to completion.

675 COMMUNITY DONORS; HAVE YOU DONATED YET?

 The New Mikvah, under the guidance and experience of Rabbi Eliyahu Stern, Mikvah consultant, will feature:

 The New Mikvah, under the guidance and experience of

Rabbi Eliyahu Stern, world renowned Mikvah expert, will feature:

Luxurious state of the art preparation rooms, with modern fixtures and amenities, radiant floor heating and a beautiful bridal suite.

Mikvaos built to the highest halachic standards.

Accommodations for the physically challenged.

A centrally-located building with ample parking, increased security, and sufficient lighting.

Landscaping; enhancing beauty and providing privacy for Mikvah patrons.

Luxurious state of the art preparation rooms, with modern fixtures and amenities, radiant floor heating and a beautiful bridal suite.

Mikvaos built to the highest halachic standards.

Accommodations for the physically challenged.

A centrally-located building with ample parking, increased security, and sufficient lighting.

Landscaping; enhancing beauty and providing privacy for Mikvah patrons.

“A mikvah is the foundation of the community. Our community has experienced tremendous growth which has sparked the need for a new community mikvah. Please support this wonderful cause.”

Rabbi Naphtali Burnstein

“We strongly encourage all community members to support and participate in this holy endeavour.”

Vaad Harabbanim of Cleveland

“Building a Mikvah takes precedence over building a shul, buying a Sefer Torah, and all other mitzvos.”

The Chofetz Chaim

“Every community must build a Mikvah in a safe place where the privacy of those using the Mikvah will be preserved. I strongly encourage building a Mikvah with the highest aesthetic and hygienic standards to promote Mikvah attendance by even the most discerning individuals.”

Rav Moshe Feinstein

“A beautiful new Mikvah will both enhance women’s experience as well as hopefully increase observance of this critical mitzvah.”

Rabbi Binyamin Blau

“This is both a wonderful opportunity and necessity for us to elevate Kedusha and Tahara in the community”

Rabbi Alexander Charlop

The new community Mikvah will be a big step forward for the community”

Rabbi Yitzchak Margareten

THE FIRST MIKVAH IN CLEVELAND WAS BUILT IN 1924

Since then, various Mikvaos have been built and have served as a bedrock of family purity and continuity for the Cleveland Jewish community. Recently, the Cleveland community has experienced tremendous growth, and the need to build a new community Mikvah has arisen. Regular usage of the current Mikvaos has increased, putting strain on the current facilities. As the community continues to grow, plans have been put into place to build a beautiful, modern, state-of-the-art new Mikvah. The Cleveland Community Mikvah will be located at 2588 South Green Road, and has been designed to meet the current and projected future needs of our community.