Nonprofit IMI Unveils Flagship Dream Project in New Jersey

The project spans 30 acres with a continuing care retirement community, including an assisted living facility for the elderly in the first phase

New Jersey – United States

Imamia Medics International (IMI) has officially started work on its flagship Dream Project in Robbinsville, New Jersey.

An impressive ceremony was held in this regard at a hotel in New Jersey on Shaban 15, Saturday March 19. The event brought together distinguished guests and dignitaries from different walks of life. Notable guests included Pakistan’s Consul General in New York, Ayesha Ali, New Jersey Legislative Assemblyman Sadaf Jaffer, Mercer County figurehead Christine Mercer and Vietnam War veterans.

IMI officials, volunteers, supporters as well as community elites also attended the ceremony in large numbers. A presentation highlighting IMI’s Dream Project was held at the hotel. Later, a magnanimous Flag Hoisting Ceremony was held to hoist the American Flag as well as the IMI and Alam flag of Hazrat Abbas (AS) at the Dream Project site in Robbinsville, New Jersey.

More than 30 esteemed guests took part in the tree planting ceremony at the project site as the first activity at the site. They expressed their good wishes, secured financial support and prayed for the success of the project.

Speaking on the occasion, the founder of IMI, Dr. Syed Wajih Rizvi, mentioned that education has become a matter of life and death for the nation. He said good health was a prerequisite for providing quality education. He said that a child belonging to a third world country should be healthy to receive an education. Education of children is necessary to maintain a healthy nation, he said.

Dr. Rizvi said IMI’s dream project represents the fulfillment of basic human needs including education, health and livelihoods.

The first phase of IMI’s Dream Project is the Assisted Living Center, designed to provide quality living, health care, specific religious and cultural needs to seniors in the community. The Dream Project will span an area of ​​30 acres with facilities and activities for people of all age groups. These facilities include professional nursing services, rehabilitation of sick people, a place reserved for practicing doctors, the headquarters of IMI, a modern studio for Mi-TV, a state-of-the-art digital library, an auditorium, smart classroom for Sadiq International Virtual University, gymnasium and multi-purpose hall for 500 people.

IMI is a US-based charity that was founded in the basement of a New York home some 30 years ago. A group of like-minded fellows, fully committed to serving humanity, generously pooled all available money to form IMI as the scope of their charitable work continued to expand over the years. time.

At present, hundreds of doctors, scientists, professionals and volunteers associated with IMI have served humanity around the clock through 75 projects in over 17 countries, including an extremely active chapter in Pakistan. . IMI’s humanitarian services aim to serve people free of charge without any discrimination based on religion, race and color. IMI supports projects in the fields of education, health, public welfare, aid and emergency relief to serve humanity with full commitment.

IMI seeks the support of its supporters around the world to continue its mission in the service of humanity.