Important Announcement about COVID-19 measures (21 Jul) | More info
We hereby clarify that Tzu Chi Singapore is currently not organising fundraising campaigns for India and other countries. Please note that information on all our fundraising activities will be published on our official English and Chinese websites.
Inspiring news and stories about our Missions and volunteers
Tzu Chi SEEN centres continue to reach out to needy elderly in the community during difficult times, as part of the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) baseline service plan.
"I now understand what ’Gratitude‘ means. (We) really need to practise gratitude constantly. Being born a human, one must be grateful to their parents for raising them. Being out in the society, one must be grateful for the people who have helped them. And when one finally ages, with yet so much companionship from fellow dharma brothers and sisters, that is happiness, bliss, peace and comfort!”
After complying with preventive measures to cope with the pandemic for more than a year, Tzu Chi’s annual outdoor Buddha bathing ceremony was modified again this year to meet the safety regulation. Given the heightened alert situation in May, a virtual Buddha bathing ceremony was held in Jing Si Hall, with volunteers participating in the ceremony virtually from 214 locations across the city-state.
Initially infected with COVID-19, this old Taiwanese couple fought back to recover and were treated to a surprise 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration thoughtfully prepared by the medical staff of Hualien Tzu Chi Hospital.
Under the newly launched Tailoring Vocational Training Program, impoverished Haiti women will now have a chance to make a living for themselves with the acquiring of the tailoring skill.
In light of the high number of COVID-19 cases, the Government imposed stricter lockdown in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, in an effort to break the transmission chains. As a result of the movement restrictions, 2,450 low-income households in eight localities were at risk of having no food. Learning of their plight, Tzu Chi reached out to them with a week’s food supplies.
Me and my family escaped Thomas Fire but not Montecito Mudslide. We lost everything we owned overnight and many of the people I knew have died in the mudslide.
After losing her job amid COVID-19, Susan Tan found refuge in volunteering for the mask sewing project and has since regained her confidence to pick up a new skill set and get ready for job hunting.
This is the first time that I organised a donation drive which involved the whole school. From this activity, I could feel that we were all (as a school) working hard together to do something good for society.
The World is so Beautiful
Life can be blissful if people could live in harmony with one another, in a conducive and comfortable environment, and with a heart that is at peace.
A Hunter’s Confession
The maternal love of the mother monkey for her baby was so divine that it has deeply touched the heart of a young hunter.
Living is about Giving
Someone asked Master Cheng Yen: What is the purpose of being alive?
For more than 27 years, Tzu Chi Singapore has been providing direct aid and care to underprivileged and disadvantaged communities. Currently, we focus our efforts in the following key areas:
You can help make a difference to the lives of the needy by volunteering with us or giving to where it is needed most. Join us in bringing lasting change to the underprivileged and experience the joy of giving!