One of the most important institutions in any Jewish community is the mikvah,
which enables Jewish families to adhere to the laws of family purity. The Daughters of
Israel community-wide Mikvah has serviced the Boston, Brighton, Newton, Cambridge
communities and beyond for decades, founded by the late Bostoner Rebbe, Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Horowiz zt”l.
The time has come to restore our mikvah that has enabled Jewish life to
both thrive and exist in New England to its glory and into the 21st century.
The new mikvah will contain six larger prep-rooms, in addition to two immersion
pools, with a handicapped accessible prep-room and immersion pool, and accessibility to a full-time keilim mikvah. The mikvah systems will be state-of-the-art, improving the user’s experience.
חדש ימינו כקדם
Now is the time to create your legacy and give to one of the most important
establishments in the thriving hub and Jewish center of Boston.
Grand Rabbi Naftali Horowitz, Congregation Beth Pinchas
Rabbi Ahron Benmergui, New Ashkenaz Minyan
Rabbi Naftoly Bier, Kollel of Greater Boston
Rabbi Avinoam Durani, Beit Sasson, the Sephardic Congregation of Newton
Rabbi Shloimy Halpern, Khal Tiferes Yosef
Rabbi Aaron Hamaoui, Sephardic Community of Greater Boston
Rabbi David Hellman, Young Israel of Brookline
Rabbi Yaakov Jaffe, Maimonides Kehillah
Rabbi Zalman Leff, Kollel of Greater Boston
Rabbi Moshe Leiberman, Chabad of Newton Center
Rabbi Shayke Lerner, Chabad Center of Brookline
Rabbi Dovid Moskovitz, Congregation Chai Odom
Rabbi Shalom Prus, Cong Beth Menachem Chabad of Newton
Rabbi Dan Rodkin, Jewish Russian Center & Synagogue of Greater Boston
Rabbi Benjamin J. Samuels, Congregation Shaarei Tefillah
Rabbi Mayshe Schwartz, The Chai Center - Chabad of Brookline
Rabbi Gershon Segal, Congregation Beth-El Atereth Israel
Rabbi Jason Strauss, Congregation Kadimah-Toras Moshe
Rabbi Mendy Uminer, Chabad Shul of Chestnut Hill
Rabbi Hirschy Zarchi, Chabad at Harvard