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Mezuzah Bank

Mezuzah Bank

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Show your Jewish Pride! 
Get a Mezuzah for your Dorm Room! 
How do I get one?
Simple. Fill out the form below
 and we will contact you to schedule a convenient time to put it up.

What is a Mezuzah?
A Mezuzah is a parchment scroll that has been handwritten by a professional scribe. It contains two sections of the Torah that discuss the Jewish faith. Every Mezuzah, no matter how simple or elaborate the exterior casing may be, contains the exact same inscription, the Shema Yisrael: "Hear o' Israel, the L-rd Our G‑d, the L-rd is One."

It is traditionally attached to the doorposts of a Jewish home. A 'kosher' Mezuzah can also bring protection and blessing - whether you are home or away.


How do I get one?
Fill in this form to sign up. Submit it with a $30 deposit. (The deposit can be paid online with a credit card, or by bringing a check to the Chabad House.)
This deposit will be refunded when you return the Mezuzah at the end of the year. There is a limited supply of Mezuzahs, please act soon. Rabbi Baruch will be happy to help you hang the Mezuzah properly.

Important Note:
We believe that financial difficulty should never stand in the way of doing a Mitzvah. If for whatever reason the deposit poses a difficulty for you, please contact us for information about further subsidies.


What if I want to buy a Mezuzah?
That's great! We will be happy to sell you a Mezuzah for the same $30.


The fine print.
This offer is for college students only. If you live in campus housing, check with your RA about the best way to hang the Mezuzah. (Double sided tape or something like it is usually the best option.) The Mezuzah should be treated with appropriate respect.

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