Sree Narayana Mission Singapore

SREE NARAYANA MISSION (SINGAPORE)
CHARITY
SREE NARAYANA MISSION (SINGAPORE)
CHARITY
SREE NARAYANA MISSION (SINGAPORE)
  • Named after the great saint philosopher and social reformer from Kerala, South India, Sree Narayana Guru, The Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) is a charitable organization set up to provide welfare for the elderly. The welfare arm of the Mission currently manages two Homes – Sree Narayana Mission Home for the Aged Sick and the Meranti Home @ Pelangi Village, as well as 2 Multi-Services Centres – Enhanced Eldercare Programme (EEP) @ Yishun and EEP and Dementia Social Day Care Centre @ Woodlands with over 400 residents. This includes the mentally burned out people as well as the elderly who are aged and sick.
  • The SNM Respite Service, is a facility based service that provide family care that enables the caregivers to have a break from their caring roles while the SNM Day Care Services provides rehabilitative care for the elderly to help restore and improve their physical health. The Mission also runs a few welfare programmes such as Food Relief, Financial Assistance, Bursaries & Home Nursing Services.

Speechie Movement is supporting Sree Narayana Mission. Click Here to find out more.

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