Welcome to our 
"Add a Kosher Mezuzah" Campaign
Get your own divine security system.


Mezuzahs bring G‑d’s protection and blessing.  But the scroll has to be right.

Join the Chabad of Kirkland Mezuzah campaign

  • Receive a new mezuzah free of charge to be placed on any doorway in your home. This offer is sponsored by a generous donor. 
  • Purchase new mezuzahs to place on more doorways of your home.
  • Arrange for the inspection of your mezuzahs. (Over time letters often fade and crack, read more here)

We will arrange to come to your residence or place of business to pick up and affix your mezuzahs.

A Special Mitzvah
Did you know? The Mezuzah brings G‑d’s protection upon all the members of the household, even when they are outside the home. And these are certainly times when we would like to increase G‑d’s protection.

The Mezuzah, contrary to popular belief, is not the outer container that is bolted to the doorpost. Instead, the Mezuzah is a parchment scroll inside the container, on which the Shema Yisrael, a biblical passage declaring the oneness of God, is handwritten by an expert scribe.

Free Mezuzah for YOU
Thanks to our sponsor you can receive a kosher mezuzah scroll (handwritten by an expert scribe on parchment) to hang in your home. If you’ve already got one on your front door, this mezuzah can be placed on a bedroom doorway or any other doorway in the home.

Please fill out the short form and we will call you to coordinate putting up your new mezuzah

Already Have a Mezuzah?
 If you’ve already got one on your front door, we encourage you and will help you to purchase additional Mezuzot for the other doorways in your home and have your existing Mezuzot checked.

When does a mezuzah need to be checked, and why?

Mezuzahs should be checked by a Sofer (certified scribe) twice every seven years to see if they have been affected by adverse weather conditions, or by folding (which can cause cracks in the letters), or if any other defect has occurred. It is preferable to check mezuzahs which are on the outside of a building more often, due to their vulnerability to inclement weather.

Already have Mezuzahs?
When's the last time you had them checked?