Rangjung Yeshe Oddiyana : Food Offering to Old Folk's Home

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Rangjung Yeshe Oddiyana : Food Offering to Old Folk's Home

Postby swamiji » Fri Aug 31, 2012 5:13 pm

Dear Dharma Brothers and Sisters

This month, we have been introduced to Sree Narayana Mission http://www.sreenarayanamission.org
The home houses about 160 chinese, 40 indian and 40 malay elderlies. We have collected a small amount for donation and will be buying the following items

Nespray milk powder refills
Cream crackers / marie biscuits
Milo
Cooking oil (restaurant kitchen tin size)
Jam / Margarine
Tea leaves (kopitiam type)
Ikan Bilis for porridge/soups

We will be buying them today/tomorrow so if you are keen to contribute, could you buy some of your own according to the list?
These will be offered during the Food Offering (to lower realms) on Sunday during Ngakso Puja. Then on Tuesday, 4th September, our monks will bring the offerings to the home and meet the elderly during their lunch hour. If you would like to help with transport or distribution, or just tour the home, please join us.

http://www.facebook.com/RangjungYesheOddiyana

Sree Narayana Mission is named after the great saint-philosoher and social reformer, Sree Narayana Guru.

It is registered in Singapore as a charitable organization in 1948.

Affiliated to the National Council of Social Services (Singapore) and supported by Ministry of Community and Youth Services (MCYS)

Sree Narayan Mission (Singapore) is currently managing 2 homes, Sree Narayana Mission Home for Aged Sick (Yishun) and Meranti home for mentally burned-out (Pelangi Village)

Vision
Keeping faith with the philosophy and teachings of Sree Narayana Guru, to provide social and community services.

Mission
To serve with care and compassion,regardless of race, religion or language.

Objects
To propagate the Guru's teachings, which include:
'Whichever be the religion, it suffices, if it makes a better man',
'One in kind, one in faith and one in God is man',
'Acts that one performs for one's own sake should also aim for the good of- other men'.
To promote unity and friendship among people through cultural and recreational activities.
To have all such other objects and do all such other things as are complimentary or incidental to the attainment of the forgoing objects, or any of them and particularly as follows:
Provide accommodation, facilities and service for the aged, destitute and persons in need of medical care
Provide financial assistance and food relief to the needy.
Provide educational assistance to needy students.
Provide counselling and referral service.

http://www.sreenarayanamission.org/html/aboutus.html
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