Three weeks after our first disaster aid distribution in Beaumont, we followed up in this town with our 30th and last Hurricane Harvey emergency relief event. About 120 volunteers were on hand, each eager to offer a helping hand. The gratitude of the community was evident: “There’s been too many lives that have been willing to give. And it will take a lot of heart and a lot of prayer to decide what to do with this money.”
We’re committed to helping schoolchildren thrive, and since 2005, we’ve provided 75,000 free uniforms to students from disadvantaged families in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Read more here.
The deadly West Fertilizer Company plant explosion leveled the town of West, Texas, in April, 2013. Our volunteers rushed to their aid, providing immediate disaster relief.
Our volunteers are on the forefront of fostering Humanistic Culture, and offer a special Character Education program in a growing number of schools in the greater Dallas area. Read more here.
After devastating tornadoes struck North Texas in December 2015 and destroyed over 1,000 houses, our volunteers provided swift disaster aid which benefitted more than1,300 people. Read more.
Tzu Chi Dallas - Serving the Community since 1992
Dallas is a booming city in Texas, the second largest and most populous state in the nation, and home to Tzu Chi USA’s Central Region Chapter, which was established here in 1992. The pioneering spirit that built Dallas is alive and well today, since it’s the fastest-growing city when it comes to new millionaires. And yet, one third of the kids here live in households below the poverty line. For an organization like Tzu Chi, Dallas is rich in opportunities to help those in need.
We collaborate with Barack Obama Male Leadership Academy, offering character education since 2011. The program has now expanded to the Dallas Independent School District.
We provided disaster relief following a fertilizer plant explosion in the town of West, Texas, in April 2013, distributing aid and blankets to 440 people affected by the catastrophe.
We provided disaster relief after a tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, in May 2013, distributing emergency supplies and financial aid to around 650 families, benefitting over 2,000 people.
Offices in the Central Region (4)
Central Region Office (TX)
534 W. Belt Line Rd.
Richardson, TX 75080
Arlington Service Center (TX)
6202 Twinhill Dr.
Arlington TX 75016
Oklahoma Office (OK)
2831 Misty Ridge Dr.
Norman, OK 73071
Kansas Office (KS)
9508 Shannon Way Circle
Witchita KS 67206