I am proud to tell you that together we have secured pledges equal to two-thirds of our campaign goal, and have begun the countdown toward breaking ground in 2020! We are extremely grateful to our donors and their strong and continued support.
When we realized in 2012 that the old mikvah could not remain open, the MOED board and this community rallied together and launched a capital campaign to build a beautiful, functional and spiritually inviting mikvah. The comprehensive campaign budget includes all expenses for land, construction, fund raising, permitting – and a cash reserve sufficient for future upkeep and repairs. Click here to view the budget summary
We are close, but our work is far from over. To raise pledges still needed to reach our goal we need your participation! A mikvah is a pillar in every Jewish community and has been since Temple times. The Talmud tells us that if a community can afford only one building, it should be the mikvah, and ours will be a spiritual beacon to Jews throughout the community.
Laura Abramson-Pritchard, MOED Board Chair