Every age is enjoyable if one has a few good friends, a passion and a sense of purpose. We have seen that often when people reach a certain age they take a backseat and stop living life fully. With our senior centres we aim to make people live their later years with enthusiasm and purpose!
Our senior centres are social, health and recreational hubs for members 55 years and above. Each centre is a place where members can socialise, share experiences, get fit and also give back to the community.
Activities at the club include health and doctor's talks, technology learning, recreation like dance, music, board games and movies and community outreach.
Great Times Club: Our flagship centre in Gurgaon, called Great Times Club has been serving seniors since 2013. We often see our elderly members form bridge, cards and carom groups and meet at a pre-decided time to enjoy these games together! We plan to open more such centres in Delhi NCR soon.
Timings: Monday-Friday, 11AM-2PM
Membership charges: Rs 2000 per month (Rs 5000 for a quarter)
Address: Great Times Club, G-7 Oriental Villas, Sushant Lok III, Sector 57, Gurgaon
Contact: 9818421446, 0124-4229659
I used to work with Air India and have lived in many countries before finally moving back post retirement. Suddenly I found that after retiring I couldn’t pass my time. So my son, who lives in America, came and contacted Samvedna and got me to join Samvedna's senior centre. I am really enjoying it here, people are nice and they look after you very well. - Mr Bhupender Singh Phool
I am from the corporate world, and am now retired. I came here to this senior centre to overcome my loneliness. - Mr Deepak Basu
I worked as a special educator in Chennai and have now moved here…My husband and I thought we must learn how to use a smartphone or we will be outdated and cut off from the world! - Ms Nandita Ahluwalia
When I heard about Samvedna from Archana, I thought I didn’t need any retirement help as I was pretty active. But once I came here, I saw things happening here that were attractive to me. At the senior centre they don’t treat you like a “senior citizen” per se. You don’t sit around and look at each other. There is always some activity or the other happening at the club, like a debate or quiz or a musical programme or spanish classes. So its exciting for me! - Mr Partha Basu