Building Our Second Mikvah - Richmond, Virginia
Dear Friend,
Some time ago I was privileged to help complete a mikvah renovation in Berkeley California. (Read more about the Berkeley renovation here.) A number of families began to keep taharah as a direct result of the renovation. This gave me a tremendous sense of fulfillment – I was really exhilarated to have been part of this.

So here is my idea. Mikvah and taharas hamishpocha is a woman's special mitzvah. But many of us feel excluded from this mitzvah because we don't personally use the mikvah.
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"It’s really up to us – the women."
Miriam Turk
"The biggest zchus that [a woman] can do is helping taharas hamishpacha."

Rav Elya Brudny

Rosh Yeshiva of Mirrer Yeshiva in Brooklyn
"Hope-Life-That's what mikvah is all about."

Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller

Neve Yerushalayim, Israel
"The purity of the Jewish family and the Jewish children- that is the most important thing."

Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein

Founder of Ohr Naava Women's Torah Center

Help Build Our Second Mikvah: Richmond, VA

Kiruv is a big focus in Richmond with three Rabbanim and their wives who reach out to unaffiliated Jews and bring them closer to Hashem. But the kiruv stops at mikvah. The local mikvah is old and simply unattractive. Something needs to be done! read more
Our First Women's Kedusha Project Mikvah: September 2015 read more

Join Women in building this Mikvah.
Share in the mitzvah of Taharas Hamishpacha.

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Mikvah USA is a dynamic not-for-profit that is making attractive welcoming mikvaos available for Jewish women everywhere.
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