Coral Springs Mesivta Launches $5M Campaign for New Campus

For 14 years, the Mesivta of Coral Springs has moved around from one location to the next without any feeling of permanence. They have finally secured a 4-acre property to serve as the campus for the bochurim to learn, live and grow.

From an MCS Alum

As one of the original bochurim at the Mesivta of Coral Springs, I can say it was quite an adventure. Having a Mesivta was something new for the community, many of our parents, and frankly the Hanhala as well. We bounced around a few different locations for varying lengths of time until we exceeded our stay. One thing is for sure, no matter the circumstances, everyone involved was committed and cared for the success of each and every one of us.

Seeing the journey of our small hometown yeshiva of 18 bochurim operating out of the local shul to the Moised it is today is astounding! Who would believe that the Mesivta of Coral Springs would find themselves a home situated on a 4-acre plot of land?! A campus replete with a zal, classrooms, dormitory, kitchen, basketball court, and more. A location that can cater to the material and spiritual needs of the bochurim in nearly every aspect is simply a dream come true. Finally, we have a home!

The Hanhala shaped who I am today and I’m truly grateful for it. They exemplified how to overcome challenges and continuously improve, not to be complacent with where you are holding today. I’m so excited to have the opportunity to give back and support my yeshiva in BUILDING OUR FUTURE! Will you join me today?

Can the bochurim count on you to propel this property from being merely a campus to becoming a Dirah B’tachtonim? A place where the Rebbe can surely have nachas seeing the learning, davening, farbrengens, hachlatos toivos and mivtzoim emerging from those walls.

The first-ever capital campaign for the Mesivta of Coral Springs has just launched. Please get involved in any way you can to help realize this dream! Donate today at

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