We offer blankets alongside financial disaster aid, and before the start of our distributions in Mexico, containers of blankets shipped from Taiwan arrived just in time, with no days to spare.
Our long-term humanitarian aid mission in Sierra Leone brought us to Freetown’s Culvert, a community prone to flooding, where we provided hot meals in October 2017.
Discover Tzu Chi’s footprints of humanitarian aid which have reached over 94 countries and regions since 1966, providing disaster relief, charity, medical care, and more.
See how our disaster relief is giving hope and peace of mind to those impacted by the Northern California wildfires in Santa Rosa
High on a mountain in Taiwan, sits Jing Si Tea Farm, where a dedicated team led by a devout man with a heart condition, will stop at nothing to make sure it succeeds
Our last emergency disaster aid distribution for Hurricane Harvey took place in Beaumont, where we followed up 3 weeks after this mission began.
Our dramatic short “Mary Lou’s Treasure” takes you on the emotional roller coaster that people impacted by a natural disaster endure, never knowing how their story ends.
This moving documentary takes you to Ecuador in the days after the massive earthquake of 2016, and reveals how our disaster relief united a people and helped restore hope.