The Silver Linings Charitable Trust was founded by Dr Mrin Nayagam, who works at the Village Clinic in Mount Eliza, Victoria. Dr Mrin Nayagam also resides in this picturesque Australian seaside town, located in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.
This is a charitable trust registered with the Australian Charitable and Not for profit Commission (ACNC) .
This trust was founded by Dr Nayagam with the intention that all of its funds will be diverted to benefit financially disadvantaged people in the local community. It is named after Dr Nayagam’s book "SILVER LININGS- True stories of resilience from a General Practice" first published in July, 2017. All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the SLCT.
The funds will be distributed through donations to other organisations with a DGR (deductible gift recipient) status like the Community Support Frankston.
The trustee of the SLCT is the Silver Linings Charity Limited, the directors of which are Dr Mrin Nayagam and her family members, Dr Prakash Nayagam (husband) and her adult sons David and Romy.
There will be no administration fees for the trust, thus 100% of SLCT's funds will be used to assist the financially disadvantaged.
“Mrin, you did a wonderful job writing…”
Congratulations on this terrific book, what a marvellous achievement.
Samantha Wood- Author
“Well done on a really professional event…”
Claire Harrison - Senior Lecturer/Department of General Practice - Monash University
“I feel the warmth and caring of her within the stories…”
Tina Dorrington-Brighton - Sussex, UK
“I read your book after hearing you speak at an AMA meeting…”
Dr Courtney Gardner
General Practitioner/Geelong, Victoria
“I wish you much success in the money raised and the lives helped…”
Cr Steve Toms - Frankston City Deputy Mayor
“It was a great occasion, and very well attended…”
Sam Davies - Mornington Foot Clinic
“What an inspirational woman…”
“l encourage my friends and colleagues to purchase a copy…”
Gail - Harry’s Mother
“Every story was a heartfelt one…”
“Your family must be very proud…”
“Still had my mum in tears…”
Steve Phillips - Manager | Community Support Frankston
“Its stories show the individual burdens that humans have to endure and ultimately conquer…”
“I feel like I’m there with those people and can feel their emotions very clearly…”
Lorraine Rogers. Sussex U.K.