Tzu Chi volunteers and Professor Professor Bruce Knotts lead a lecture on refugees that set the hearts of NYU students alight with the desire to make a change for good in the world.
Our relief efforts in Santa Ana and Pisloy, Ecuador helped thousands of families, inspired a community to change, and united volunteers from all over.
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.
Providing medical, dental, and vision care outreach for undocumented immigrant farm workers is vital, and we’re grateful we can offer such free health care on a regular basis.
Survivors of the five-alarm fire in Elmhurst, NY showed gratitude for disaster relief offered by Tzu Chi New York volunteers and embraced an opportunity to pay it forward.
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.
Join the groundbreaking ceremony for our rebuilding of the Catholic church in Canoa, as the community and our volunteers unite in a joint vision inspired by universal love.