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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We celebrating our 65 years of service to humanity

Coffee table book to commemorate this occassion is available for $20 per copy at SNMH (12 Yishun Ave 5, Singapore 768992)

Weekdays 8.30 am - 6 pm and Saturday: 8.30 am - 1 pm :- Admin Office, Ground Floor

Saturday (pm), Sundays and Public Holidays:- Level 1 Nursing Station

For enquiries on the book, please email - coffeetablebook@snm.org.sg

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