Homes for the Physically Challenged

Projects under Homes for the Physically Challenged

Beautiful Gate Foundation for the Disabled

Beautiful Gate Foundation (BGF) was established to provide accommodation, training and various services to the disabled. BGF is an IMU cares partner since 2013.

Year Started: 2013
Project Leader: Mr Suresh Kumar
Activities: Health screening, health awareness, medication counselling


Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah

Year Started: 2005
Project Leader: Dr Pravinkumar Vishwanath Ingle
Activities: Health awareness, training of caregivers, chiropractic assessment for the children

Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor and Federal Territory

SCASFT bring hope to spastic children so that parents with children suffering from cerebral palsy could seek help and assistance from trained personnel. SCASFT offer comprehensive testing, treatments and services for children, teens and adults. Living well with cerebral palsy requires a lifetime of expert medical care. As one of the main cerebral palsy center in Malaysia, SCASFT provides a full range of services for children, teens and adults who have cerebral palsy. SCASFT guide patients and their families through the services they need from birth through adulthood.

Year Started: 2015
Project Leader: Dr Anil Philip Kunnath
Activities: Health screening, Mobility and Rehabilitative Aids (MRA) for Disabled Children in collaboration with Agape Centre and Tatsumi Kondo Memorial Workshop in Sibu, Sarawak.

IMU-LDS Charities Wheelchair Initiative

IMU Cares has teamed up with LDS Charities on a new initiative, the “Wheelchair Champion; A Provisioning System”, where IMU will be providing wheelchairs to the community in need. The LDS Charities is a global humanitarian organisation that serves the poor and needy by working with local partners to meet local needs with sustainable local solutions, while building capacity in individuals and organisations. One of their biggest projects is the Wheelchair Project which spans 133 countries since 2001. This new project will provide an opportunity to lead our community partners towards self-sustainability, beginning with wheelchair placements through to maintenance and recycling of wheelchairs.

Year Started: 2019
Project Leader: Nurul Hanis Ramzi
Activities: Providing wheelchairs to those in need, advocating for the disabled community ie. equality, accessibility and disability, as well as supporting capacity building amongst the wheelchair users and their communities through transport mobility, through skills training on wheelchair, maintenance etc.

Serving the community is a manifestation of the University's core values but also as part of experiential learning, generally, a very effective form of learning
- Walking the Talk.