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Inspiring news and stories about our Missions and volunteers
Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Organization (Singapore) launched a project from 8 Aug to 9 Oct 2021 to raise funds for the people in Malaysia when it was facing a critical situation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. To boost donation amount, volunteers tapped on their creativity to appeal to more people to show their compassion.
On 30 September 2021, the Tzu Chi Eco-Awareness Centre located at Nylect Industrial Building in Woodlands closed its doors for the final time, putting an end to its eight year-long journey. We look back at the Centre’s history, role as well as the impact it had left over the years.
As the volunteer-in-charge of the Tzu Chi Eco-Awareness Centre, Ms Lucy Ng has been an ever-present right from the beginning. With the imminent closure of the Centre, we delve into the life of one of Tzu Chi’s most dedicated environmental volunteers.
Jing Si Herbal Tea is the brainchild of a joint effort between professionals of Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine. The health drink was developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic . . .
As part of DAAI TV Indonesia 14th anniversary celebrations, the board of directors and staff gathered together to celebrate how far the station has come since the early days. Several dignitaries including the Indonesian President, Joko Widodo, also offered words of congratulations.
Natural disasters, conflict, and the pandemic are pushing people in Mozambique deeper into food insecurity. Read how Tzu Chi volunteers in the country are leading their fellow Mozambicans to grow food for the vulnerable.
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 Wish of a Wealthy Elder
At times when practising compassion, we will be greeted with respect and gratitude, whereas sometimes we will face jealousy and even accusations. We must overcome these challenges with wisdom and incredible perseverance.
Reflect on Our Worth to the World
Have you reflected on how much of your time today was devoted to contributing to the world? Have you been taking every step in life steadily and practically? Reflect on your worth in life. A life with something worth remembering is precious!
The Wall Plastered with Rice Paste
This story tells us that we must follow the right way in learning Buddhism and in any other things we do. You cannot do well based on pure imagination. The correct path and rules of doing things have to adhered to in order to achieve success easily.
Everyone owns 300 billion dollars’ worth of “assets”
This story tells us that as long as one has Buddha in their heart, upholds Buddha’s values by speaking well of others and practising good deeds, it would contribute to the immense intangible wealth they own! Such wealth is inexhaustible.
For more than 28 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!