About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2018, 11:59 PM
As part of Giving Week 2018, SNM is launching a campaign to raise funds for its Art Therapy Programme for residents and clients.
The Art Therapy Programme provides residents of the SNM Nursing Home and clients of the SNM Senior Care Centres with an avenue for self-expression, while also serving as an engaging means to maintain their motor skills.
This weekly programme takes place every Monday, during which residents are introduced to a variety of arts and crafts and learn new techniques such as colour mixing, arranging complementary colours, shapes, textures and forms. In addition, these sessions often include student and youth volunteers, and serve as a form of intergenerational interaction and bonding for our residents and clients.
The art work produced at these sessions are kept on display at the nursing home and care centres. Exceptionally crafted pieces are presented as tokens of appreciation to various visiting VIPs, and residents and clients are proud to have their art work shared with others.
Your donations will help SNM to continue to provide quality art programmes for residents and clients. Thank you for your support.
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About the Charity

Sree Narayana Mission(Singapore) (SNM) is a charitable organization founded in 1948 with IPC status. In keeping with Sree Narayana Guru's teachings, SNM Singapore provides a wide range of social service programmes for the less privileged regardless of race,language or religion. Since its inception, it has grown into a leading voluntary welfare organization in the Integrated Long Term Care(ILTC) sector. SNM Singapore operates a 224 bed nursing home( Sree Narayana Mission Nursing Home and two Senior Care Centres for the elderly at Yishun & Woodlands). SNM Singapore also manages Meranti Home, a welfare home for male destitute individuals in need of psychiatric care. To meet the needs of the wider community, SNM Singapore provides social assistance and community outreach programmes such as educational financial assistance, befriending services ,and The Lend-A-Hand Project. This is a social assistance programme developed in collaboration with the Social Service Office (SSO) Yishun, in support of single-parent households in the community. The programme aims to uplift the well-being of the household with single parent through regular contact, befriending and support when they come to SNMH. Every third Saturday of each month, they are provided a range of household provisions to select from, to alleviate part of their financial burden while our volunteers engage with the parents. SNM provide all logistical and operational support for each session.


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