Mikvas Chana Leah is a state of the art woman's Mikvah. The Mikvah was originally built in 1977 by founding members of Berkeley Chabad House and underwent a six-month, $300,000 renovation in 2014.
Mikvas Chana Leah is named after a woman of valor who, after surviving the Holocaust, championed the mitzvah of Taharas Hamishpacha(Mikvah observance) together with her husband Moshe. Her children and grandchildren have lovingly dedicated the Mikvah in Berkeley to her legacy. May her memory be a blessing and may her devotion and self-sacrifice for the mitzvah of mikvah serve as a blessing for all those who merit to benefit from Mikvas Chana Leah. To learn more about the mitzvah of Mikvah and Taharat HaMishpacha visit www.mikvah.org for interesting articles, videos, information, and inspiration.