IMU Chariofare 2018
22 September 2018 (Saturday)
6:30am – 1:30pm
International Medical University,
Chariofare is about uniting people of all walks, and it’s our honour and privilege to have our staff, students and participants' hearts beating all at once in the same moment, at the same place, united for a charitable cause.
This year, we want to celebrate these moments, because in these moments, our hearts beat for the same cause. Also, this year, Chariofare will be held on Malaysia Day! It will be incredible to celebrate these moments of unity, togetherness, and joy, where once again our hearts beat together, not only for a great cause, but also to celebrate & commemorate the milestones that Malaysia has achieved.
It is so important to capture these very special heart beating moments because they don’t happen every other day, and we at Chariofare believe these moments should be captured and remembered.
In 2017, with over 1,700 runners, Chariofare 2017 managed to raise over RM270,000 for the cause. Themed ‘Heartbeating Moments', it reminds us of no matter how different we are, thousands of our hearts can still beat for the same cause.
Few will have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in total, all of these acts will be written the history of this generation” ~ Robert Kennedy. Read More
In 2016, themed “Colouring Lives”, the Chariofare started with its Charity Run early Saturday morning. Breaking last year’s record, 1,880 runners descended upon Bukit Jalil for the annual Run to raise funds for these three beneficiaries. Staggered flag off for all eight categories of the Run started at 6:30 am after a short warm-up exercise. Teams of families, friends, university/high school students, IMU staff and IMU students from as young as 6 years old enthusiastically joined together in the annual Run and managed to raise more than RM180,000. These runners are making a difference by taking the opportunity to get a great workout and improve their health whilst raising funds. Read More
In 2015, More than RM 170, 000 was raised at the International Medical University (IMU) Chariofare 2015, a Charity Run and Carnival with all the proceeds going to charity. The enthusiasm of the participants and the generosity and goodwill of sponsors, donors, volunteers and supporters made this IMU Chariofare a truly memorable event. Held at the International Medical University’s (IMU) Bukit Jalil Campus in Kuala Lumpur, the theme for this event is ‘Live.Run.Love.’ The event was organised to provide support to four beneficiaries: Penang Hospice Society, Ti-Ratana Welfare Society, Rumah Victory and IMU Cares Disaster Fund. Read More
In 2014, RM 171, 764 was raised at the IMU Chariofare‘14, a Charity Carnival and Charity Run with all the proceeds going to charity. The event was organised to provide support to four beneficiaries: Pertubuhan Hospice Negeri Sembilan, Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah, Dignity for Children Foundation and IMU Cares Disaster Fund. Held at the International Medical University’s (IMU) Bukit Jalil Campus in Kuala Lumpur, the theme for this event is ‘Live.Run.Love.’ Read More
In 2013, more than RM150,000 was raised at the IMU Chariofare, a Charity Carnival and Charity Run with all the proceeds going to charity. The event with the theme ‘Live.Run.Love' was held at the International Medical University's (IMU) Bukit Jalil Campus in Kuala Lumpur. The event was organised to raise funds for two beneficiaries: Penang Hospice Society and National Stroke Association of Malaysia (NASAM). Read More
In 2012, approximately RM131,000 was raised at the IMU Chariofare '12, a Charity Carnival and Charity Run with all the proceeds going to charity. Held in conjunction with the university's 20th anniversary celebrations, the event was organised to provide sustainable and continual support to six beneficiaries: Rumah Love and Care, Kajang, Rumah Shalom, Precious Children Home, Yayasan Sunbeams Home, Persatuan Kebajikan Hope Worldwide KL and Association of Social Services and Community Development of Gombak District (PSPK), Selangor. Read More