A Home For The Destitute Children
How does the shelter take care of the destitute children? To being with, it provides food thrice a day to the children. Takes care of their clothing and offers medical care and sanitation facilities. Moreover, it indulges children in recreation activities that will keep them away from the streets. The organization helps spread awareness about the dangers that lurk on the streets and how to avoid them.
Arunodaya Trust is proud to announce that we have reached one more new milestone with the launch of Elderly Home for neglected destitute elderly persons. The residents have been identified from different village of Rangareddy and Medak, Hyderabad of Telangana, India. Currently, twenty elderly men & women are sheltered in the home.
We aim to provide the best of care for the elderly people in the home. We seek to enhance the quality of health, self sufficiency in each and every individual and ensure a homely atmosphere.
The Old Age Home has two Dormitories, a big hall, hygienic kitchen and 3 toilets, and open space for recreation.
We are able to run this old age home with generous contributions from individuals like you, and corporate. You can donate in the name of someone, and for occasions like birthdays, wedding anniversary to provide festive meals (Annadhanam) in our Elderly Home. People are welcome to come to the Elderly Home to celebrate special occasions with the warm elders.