Frequently Asked Questions

Who Can Apply

Yes, a requirement of the Malka Ella Fund is that the recipient attends the mikveh according to the halacha in the treatment cycle being funded. If the couple is unclear about the laws of the mikveh or what is required, Malka Ella will assist in pairing women with a kallah teacher who understands the intricacies of fertility. Please contact [email protected] to arrange.

Category: Who Can Apply

Yes, Malka Ella only funds Jewish couples for fertility treatments. Both partners need to be Jewish and must have been married in an orthodox Jewish ceremony.

Category: Who Can Apply

Yes, you are able to apply to Malka Ella in order to preserve your fertility. If your application is successful, Malka Ella will fund a maximum of R20 000 towards this procedure. Please note that long term storage of the eggs is not included in the funding. Should you wish to use the eggs at a later stage, this would need to be in an orthodox Jewish marriage.

Category: Who Can Apply

Yes, a requirement of the Malka Ella Fund is that the recipient attends the mikveh according to the halacha in the treatment cycle being funded. If the couple is unclear about the laws of the mikveh or what is required, Malka Ella will assist in pairing women with a kallah teacher who understands the intricacies of fertility. Please contact [email protected] to arrange.

Category: Who Can Apply

For standard IVF procedures all Jewish married couples are able to apply for funding. Couples applying for donor eggs or surrogacy need to meet with the Johannesburg Beth Din to get permission before Malka Ella will consider funding their treatment.

Category: Who Can Apply

Yes, Malka Ella only funds Jewish couples for fertility treatments. Both partners need to be Jewish and must have been married in an orthodox Jewish ceremony.

Category: Who Can Apply

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