Sai Krupa Old Age Home
Home for the Aged to give Warmth and Solace to the Elderly
Sri Srinivasa Charitable Trust established ‘Sai Krupa’, a home for the aged in 2003 at Kummarapalle Village in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh. The Home is spread across 6 acres of land and is equipped with all the facilities such as:
- Separate Dormitories
- Dining Hall
- Prayer Hall
- Clean and Hygienic Bathrooms
- Solar Water Heaters
The trust takes care of the Food, Shelter, Clothing, and Medical needs of all the beneficiaries free of cost. At the Home, we look after aged people with greater care and ensure that the elderly people spend the rest of their lives happily in a homelike environment.
We believe that “Old Age is like Second Childhood”, hence we take total care to ensure a comfortable stay for elderly people coupled with care, compassion, and love.
The Trust has established an Old Age Home “SAI KRUPA” in a serene atmosphere at Kummarapalle, Thimmapuram post, K V Palle (Mandal), Chittoor District to cater to the welfare of destitute old people suffering in rural areas. A separate land is allocated within the Home for gardening wherein the beneficiaries cultivate vegetables to take care of their requirements.
The trust has constructed and established a Saibaba Temple within the premise of Old Age Home. It engages the old people staying at the home, villagers, and Kummarpalle and people from adjacent villages to participate in devotional activities.
Spread of Spiritualism
We emphasize spreading spiritualism among these elderly people by teaching them Yoga and Meditation. Every Thursday, a local talent of Bhajan Group visits the home and all participate in Devotional Bhajans immensely contributing to the spiritual participation and progress of local villagers.
The activities of the Trust have brought in a new kind of awareness among the local population on twin aspects of caring for the Elderly and also contributing to the feeling of oneness among all. Today, even not-so-well-to-do people also contribute their way to the maintenance of Old Age Home by donating rice, vegetables, etc. during their harvests and also feeding the elderly on festive occasions.
The medical needs are taken care of by a team of volunteers led by a local doctor who visits our Old Age Home on regular basis. Most elderly people require medication to regulate blood pressure and diabetes. Today, all the beneficiaries are in hale and healthy condition and staying comfortably in the Old Age Home.