Donna Watts Home for the Aged

As Leena walked down the street of Narasaraopet one day, a ragged old woman pleaded for food.  She was living on the streets and starving.  Leena responded by inviting her into her home for a meal.  She lovingly took her in and gave her food to eat and clothes to wear.  There are many old and infirm who have been discarded by their families and society.  An old house on the grounds of the Center was remodeled to provide simple but adequate lodging.  Between 10-15 residents typically live in the home, enjoying social interaction, a bed in which to sleep, and food to keep hunger at bay.