Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore)


Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) is a charitable organisation named after the great saint philosopher and social reformer from Kerala, South India, SREE NARAYANA GURU. Since its Inception in Singapore in 1948, it has grown into a leading welfare organization in the welfare of elderly. It is affiliated to the National Council of Social Services (NCSS) and the MInistry of Health (MOH)

The SNM Welfare Services is the welfare arm of the Mission. The Mission currently manages two Homes - Sree Narayana Mission Home for the Aged Sick and Meranti Home @ Pelangi Village; and two Multi-Services Centres - Enhanced Eldercare Programme (EEP) @ Yishun and EEP and Dementia Social Day Care Centre @ Woodlands with over 400 residents which include mentally burned out people as well as people who are aged and sick.


The Mission also runs various welfare programs such as Food Relief, Financial Assistance, Bursary & Home Nursing Services.

The generosity and support of government agencies, companies, organizations and individuals play a vital role in our mission of providing quality nursing care to our residents and clients.

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Donate generously to the Sree Narayana Mission SNM Building Fund

A new fundraising initiative established for the purchase of a new property for the Mission, through which it will further its objectives of serving the community with welfare programmes, and promoting goodwill and community bonding via its cultural, wellness, and recreational activities.

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Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) held a tribute for Mr Lee Kuan Yew yesterday (28th March). It was attended by president Ms Swapna Dayanandan, board members, staff, residents of the aged home, volunteers, and beneficiaries of community outreach program – Share-A-Pot. [Share-A-Pot is a community outreach project at Sree Narayana Mission in collaboration with Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, in partnership with SN Volunteers, aimed to improve the nutrition and health of community dwelling seniors in the Northern region of Singapore]

A minute’s silence was observed for Mr Lee during the Share-A-Pot session. Ms Swapna then led the 70-strong SNM contingent from Sree Narayana Mission Home for the Aged Sick to the Nee Soon GRC community tribute site at the hardcourt near Yishun MRT to pay their respects to Mr Lee. The elderly participants, volunteers, staff and board members brought condolence boards, craft work bearing photographs of Mr Lee and handwritten notes to pay tribute and give sincere thanks to Singapore’s first Prime Minister, who touched their lives indelibly.

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