Shliach Sees Long-Awaited Mikvah Flooded Over

By reporter

Boruch Hashem; Chabad in Cheadle, England has successfully been running for over 20 years, under the direction of Rabbi Peretz and Rebbetzin Chavi Chein.

Following a long and difficult road, the Cheins managed to build a state of the art mikvah in a new expanded Chabad House.

The Mikvah has become a central point in the local community, with other non-Chabad Rebbetzins using, promoting and hosting events with the Chabad Mikvah.  

Due to severe rain, a river burst its banks last night, flooding all the Mikvah and part of the Chabad House with water. This has resulted in severe damage and mess, meaning we have had to move out of our Chabad House and home temporarily. In addition to being unable to move home, we are devastated that the Mikvah, the only one in our immediate area, is out of action and are determined to get it back up and running as quickly as possible.

Please help us make this a reality! 

Insurers have told us they will not help, so we are looking to our friends and supporters to partner with us in getting our Mikvah and Chabad House back up and running as quickly as possible!

We now turn to you and plead! Please help us refurbish the Chabad House and make the Mikvah usable again! Time is of the essence as for many people this Mikvah is the difference between keeping Taharas Hamishpochoh or Chas Vesholom not!

Every day that the Mikvah is not open has an immediate impact!

Please DONATE NOW. Tizku LeMitzvos.

Rabbi Peretz Chein
Chabad of Cheadle – Chai Network

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