Introducing The Kindness Collaboration

Together let’s make someone’s 2021 their best year ever!

After the tougher than tough 2020 experienced by us all, Fedhealth felt the need to put our name and backing behind a project that could really achieve some good in 2021. With the help of our members and service providers, we wanted to “make someone’s year” and make a tangible difference in the lives of our people.

We have partnered with Operation Healing Hands (OHH), a charity started by a group of doctors, to launch The Kindness Collaboration. This project will see us, working closely with OHH, our members and service providers, raise the funds to cover the preventative and life-saving screenings/ surgeries of South Africans who simply cannot afford quality medical care.

All medical professionals associated with OHH provide their time and skills for free; the funds raised will therefore go towards things like consumables and random medical expenses. And since Fedhealth is a non-profit organisation that may not donate money, we are reaching out to our members and service providers to do so.

Our target for the first quarter of 2021 is to raise R200 000 for a free circumcision clinic – with more drives following later in the year.

Projects for 2021

During 2021, we will focus on four initiatives (one per quarter). The first initiative of 2021 is a free circumcision clinic.

Why this project?

In South Africa, traditional male circumcision is regarded as a sacred, indispensable cultural rite of passage to many young men. Each year, thousands undergo circumcision as part of their initiation into manhood. Tragically, after circumcision, many require treatment for complications such as septicemia, gangrene, severe dehydration and genital mutilation.

OHH, in association with Advanced Health Day Hospitals, provides an alternative to traditional circumcision. A simple circumcision may seem like a small operation, but it makes a lasting impact on the young patients who can now be proud of their traditions while being sure of their safety.

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 Other projects planned for 2021


Free circumcision


Free surgery for qualifying patients


Free papsmear and mammogram clinic


Free eye care

How can I help?

By donating and spreading the word far and wide! Our aim is to collect R200 000 for The Kindness Collaboration in the first quarter of 2021, and any and all donations are welcome.

You may donate through:


Nedbank Current Account

Account number: 1131760093

Branch: Menlyn

Branch code: 169745


About Operation Healing Hands

Operation Healing Hands (OHH) was established in 2016 with the objective to provide life-changing surgeries to patients in need, while fulfilling the ethical responsibility of the private healthcare sector in closing the socioeconomic gap of patients in need of surgery. Together with many wonderful sponsors and service providers, the OHH team is responsible for changing the lives of many patients who would never have been able to afford the medical care they required.

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DISCLAIMER: The information on this website is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you are experiencing symptoms or need health advice, please consult a healthcare professional.