Mayanot Seals Deal On Building

The official transfer of Mayanot Institute in Jerusalem's new building took place on the auspicious day of Chof Av, launching a renovation campaign.
With G-d’s help and many months of dedication, the Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies is excited to announce that on the Rebbe’s father’s Yom Hilula, Chof Menachem Av, ownership of the new Mayanot World Center, located at 7 Ben Tzvi in Jerusalem, has officially been transferred and registered to Mayanot.

The signing for this momentous event took place at the offices of attorneys Ashi Del and Shuki Del in Ramat Gan.

The new Mayanot World Center will offer thousands of young students the opportunity to connect with their heritage, to learn Torah, and cultivate an awareness of their Jewish identities.

"It is a great joy to have the official signing on this most auspicious day," Rabbi Kasriel Shemtov, executive director of Mayanot commented, "We are sure this will be a great source of nachas to the Rebbe. With the help of some major donors and last year’s Charidy event we were able to purchase the building, and today we are one step closer to opening our doors."

Mayanot is currently embarking on a $4 million dollar campaign to renovate and furnish the new building, transforming it into a state of the art educational facility and global center for Jewish learning.

Rabbi Shlomo Gestetner, Dean of the Mayanot Institute of Jewish Studies stated, "We are humbled to have the merit to embark on this major project, of Hafotzas HaMayonos. We are excited to start the second stage of the capital campaign and are looking forward to welcoming thousands of students to our new center."

The target date for renovations is set to commence on January 1st, 2017.
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