The Sylvia Wright Trust is a registered charity which supports the work of Sylvia Wright in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu. Sylvia sold her home and possessions in Leeds 32 years ago to work relentlessly and courageously among the sick and disabled in this very poor area of India.

Over the years, Sylvia has built and established a modern hospital, a school for Hearing Impaired children, two centres for severely disabled children as well as running many vital community health projects. In 2009 she founded a Nursing College which reached its full complement of 80 nurses in July 2012.

The Trust, which is based in Leeds, comprises enthusiastic and committed volunteers who raise funds to support this work. Sylvia’s inspiring vision has changed the lives of thousands of sick and disabled people in the very poor southern state of Tamil Nadu.

Ramana Maharishi Rangammal Hospital

Madam Sylvia Wright, first started with Ramana Maharishi Rangammal hospital in the year 2002. She insists that all patients are treated with love and respect and while most pay a little towards their treatment, the poorest are treated free.

Rangammal Memorial Hr.Sec.School for Hearing Impaired

schoolMadam Sylvia started Rangammal Memorial Hr.Sec.School for Hearing impaired in the year of 1992. The School provides a special education for hearing impaired children.

The Day Care Centre

Day-careMadam Sylvia runs two day care centres for children with physical and mental disablities by providing a special care & providing an education freely.

Florence Nightingale School of Nursing

nursing-collegeMadam Sylvia established a Nursing school in the year of 2011.The student nurses follow the curriculum of the Indian Nursing Council leading to the diploma. This is similar to the UK diploma with emphasises on practical patient care in Sylvia’s hospital, other local clinics and in the poor village communities of Tamil Nadu. The students are expertly taught by 8 full-time teaching staff assisted by visting lecturers.