Bursaries are given out annually to children from poor and needy families, regardless of their racial, religious and cultural background. Every year, UIMA disburses bursaries worth about $65,000 to some 250 students.
UIMA runs 2 child care centres under the brand name of Little Dolphins Playskool. This is a community-based child care centre, where students from under-privileged families are given priority enrolment, financial assistance, easy payment schemes, and referrals to CDCs for other help schemes. The second child care centre has facilities for infant and toddler care too.
This is a week-end Islamic learning programme, aimed to inculcate moral foundation and good citizenry values in students. Some 300 students are participating in these programmes, which are held every week.
UIMA contributes to community development through a variety of activities such as: