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Our Mezuzah Lending Bank enables all NSJews to proudly display their Jewish pride on the doors of their very own room! Each Mezuzah hanging comes with a special baked treat for the special mitzvah ceremony. The word is spreading like wild-fire and pretty soon we imagine and hope that every room with a Jewish student will have a Mezuzah proudly adorning its entrance.

A Mezuzah is a scroll which has inscribed in it the holy words of the Shema prayer. It is customary to have one hung on the doorpost. This Mitzvah brings protection, and is a proud show of our Judaism.

Let's turn a "Room of a Jew" into "A Jewish Room."

How do I get one? 
To get your own Mezuzah hung up in your room fill out the form below.

For a limited time we have Mezuzahs available for FREE thanks to the generosity of the Mezuzah Club.


What is a Mezuzah?  

A Mezuzah mounted on the doorpost designates the home as Jewish, reminding us of our connection to G‑d and to our heritage.

A mezuzah is not, contrary to popular belief, the outer container. The mezuzah is actually the parchment scroll within, on which the "Shema" — a biblical passage declaring the oneness of G‑d — is handwritten by an expert scribe.

The mezuzah is also a symbol of G‑d's watchful care over the home. The name of G‑d, Sha-dai, which appears on the reverse side of the parchment, is an acronym for the Hebrew words which mean "Guardian of the doorways of Israel." The placing of a mezuzah on the doors of a home or office protects the inhabitants — whether they are inside or outside.