Fiennes Institute For The Elderly
Built in 1929 to aid to the homeless, the Fiennes Institute continues to play a vital role in public welfare by providing care and accommodation for at-risk senior citizens, including those who are unable to look after themselves and those without familial support. Residents are housed across six wards and cared for by a staff of dedicated nurses.
The Jumby Bay Fund refurbished two of the institute’s wards in 2009 and built a new food storage facility in 2015. We continue to support Fiennes Institute for the Elderly with various projects and needs.