About Campaign

ends 31 Mar 2021, 11:59 PM
Take that step towards being part of the Community!

Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) is proud to be a part of the communities we serve. We show our commitment to helping others with a range of SNM Community Programmes such as:

Lend a Hand

The Lend-A-Hand Programme is a collaboration between the Social Service Office in Yishun and SNM Youth Committee, which provides social assistance to less privileged families. The programme aims to uplift the well-being of households with single parents and seniors through regular contact, befriending services when they participate in the monthly Heartwarmers' 100=50 programme. They are provided with a range of household provisions to select from, to alleviate part of their financial burden while our befrienders provide counselling, guidance and assistance to motivate the beneficiaries to help themselves.

SNM's Share-A-Pot Programme is a collaborative initiative with the Yishun Health and Tan Tock Seng Hospital under National Healthcare Group. Under this initiative, seniors are encouraged to participate in light physical exercise, arts & craft activities and enjoy a hearty communal meal including a pot of nutritious soup. The programme is developed to promote an active and healthy lifestyle among seniors while providing them with an opportunity for social interaction. As part of the programme, seniors are encouraged to participate in the recreational outings quarterly to enhance

About the Charity

In keeping with Sree Narayana Guru's teachings, SNM provides a wide range of social service programmes for the less-privileged regardless of race or religion.

SNM operates a 224-bed nursing home, Sree Narayana Mission Nursing Home and two Senior Care Centres for the elderly. One Senior Care Centre is co-located with the Nursing Home in Yishun and offers a Maintenance Day Care Programme. The other Senior Care Centre is located at Woodlands and offers both Maintenance Day Care and Dementia Day Care Programmes.
SNM also manages Meranti Home, a 200-bed psychiatric welfare home for male destitute
SNM also runs community programmes to cater to the needs of the less-privileged including programmes for single mothers, educational financial assistance and befriender services.
SNM is an Institution of Public Character (since 1984).

SNM was one of 67 Charities which received the Charity Transparency Awards 2019, awarded by the Charity Council. The award recognises charities with good disclosure practices that the Charity Transparency Framework (CTF) recommends.


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