Rav Malinowitz is donating $1000 towards the
mikvah in honor of the wonderful women of BTYA
It is what makes us an Am Kadosh. Now we have the unique privilege to sanctify and beautify a brand new mikva in Eretz Yisrael.
Ramat Beit Shemesh is a wonderful growing community. With over 6,800 families presently living here, there are many new families joining the community every year. As the community infrastructure struggles to keep pace with the population growth, there is a critical need to expand the community facilities.
One area in which this is keenly felt, integral to the family life of every religious woman, is the mikva. The current mikva facilities are trying their best, but the demand has far outgrown its capacity. Subsequently, many women have to inconvenience themselves in various ways in order to fulfill this important mitzvah.
Thus, the Mayim Tehorim Mikva was born.
The goal has been to create a mikva in which every woman from the community, including the handicapped, can feel comfortable and respected. Initially, there will be 4 boros, and 19 preparation rooms, including 2 kallah suites; with future plans for an additional two boros and ten preparation rooms. Every effort was made to pay attention to all of the details that this entails; from the layout and lighting to privacy, in order to make sure that nothing was overlooked.
As the building process progressed, it became clear that to finish up this project, the effort of all of the individuals in this community were needed to take part in creating the soul of this project.
Thus the “Community Builders” Initiative was founded to enable women from all sectors of Ramat Beit Shemesh to unite with one goal- to help complete our local Mikva.
Here is your opportunity to give the Community Builders the final push to create a divine space for the women of Ramat Beit Shemesh and its surrounding moshavim.
Here’s the best part: Due to three generous donors, every dollar you donate will be QUADRUPLED! Donors were so excited about the amazing opportunity to join in this mitzvah that, FOR ONE DAY, they are offering to match every $1 that you give!
You only have these 24 hours to make this happen. It’s all or nothing.