Three years ago, Villa Gran Amor was under construction. Today, the village Tzu Chi Honduras built is a community that bids farewell to a departed member just like family.
Torrential rain in North California forced the mandatory evacuation of tens of thousands. Our volunteers are helping those displaced as shelters are reaching their capacity.
Tzu Chi NY and Queens County Dental Society collaborated to provide free dental screenings for students at P.S. 201 Q. We plan to expand this dental outreach service.
Yesenia, whose husband can’t work, received a house from Tzu Chi three years ago, and it transformed her life. Today, she’s always ahead, building a future for their children.
In Cedeno, many residents are eager to give their time and volunteer during our distributions, grateful for the houses they received from Tzu Chi a few years back.
“I am willing to sacrifice my blood, sweat, and tears. I give my heart to support the refugees of Syria.” - Master Cheng Yen
When our distributions of rice reached Marcovia, a group of people from a remote island a distance away were there, eager for food to feed their malnourished children.
Bamboo Bank Dayson shares why ethical eating is so important. Hearing the facts from the innocent perspective of children can help us realize just how shocking they are.
See the path of Tzu Chi USA’s disaster relief, healthcare, charity, and aid for students in 2016, revealed with hashtags, dramatic footage, and interviews. WOW, what a year!