Featured: Maoz Tzvi Mikveh – a small religious community in a strategic area in the Northern Shomron overlooking the Dotan Valley.
Many of the towns throughout Judea and Samaria were built nearly 30 years ago in a dynamic movement with limited resources. Over the past three decades, the population of these towns has grown tenfold, while the region continues to attract young families, The Mikvaot still in existence are in need of extensive refurbishments and expansion and as the communities continue to grow, new Mikvaot are needed.
The Mikveh Fund is intended to assist communities in completing mikvaot once they have demonstrated significant initiative and effort on their own. A new mikveh can cost between $350,000 and $500,000. However, through government and local municipal grants, full dedications are available for a fraction of that cost.
A Full Mikveh dedication varies based on government grants. They begin, approximately, between $75,000 and $100,000. Partial dedications are also available.