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Relieving Suffering with Compassion
Creating a Better World for All

“Tzu Chi (慈济 cí ), which means “compassionate relief” in Chinese, is an international NGO that has provided humanitarian aid to the needy in over 90 nations worldwide, regardless of race and religion. The Buddhist spirit of loving-kindness and compassion is at the core of our work and Missions.

What We Do


For more than 25 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:

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    Comprehensive Aid for the Underprivileged
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    Assistance & Support for HIV Patients
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    Interim Assistance for Needy Kidney Patients
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    Empowering Needy Students
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    Patient-centred Healthcare
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    Character-building & Moral Education for All Age Groups
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    Promoting & Instilling Humanistic Values
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    Environmental Education
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    Overseas Humanitarian Relief
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Our Impact

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    1,121

    Charity Beneficiary Cases
    in 2017

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    32,432

    Medical Consultations & Treatments
    at our Free Clinic
    in 2017

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    40

    Recycling Points
    Island-wide

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    >1,000

    Active Volunteers

 
 

Charity is Not Exclusive to the Rich
Anyone with a Willing Heart Can Give


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!

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Fund Merger Announcement

Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) announces the merger of “Local Relief Fund” and “General Fund” with effect from 1 January 2019.

The new fund is known as “Charity Development Fund”, which encompasses purposes of both funds, enabling us to reach out to more beneficiaries in the community.

If you require more information, please email fundmerger@tzuchi.org.sg by 30 June 2019 for clarification.

You may find more information at https://fundmerger.tzuchi.org.sg/. Your support for our fund merger is greatly appreciated.

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Beware of Street Fundraising Scam

Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) and Buddhist Tzu Chi Merit Organization (Singapore) Ltd. are not organising any street fundraising events (e.g. Flag Day). If you encounter such activities in the public, please be vigilant and call our hotline 65829958 for verification.

The recent fundraising activity, ‘Save For A Good Cause’ campaign, is to encourage the public to give rise to kindness and save a little each day in a Tzu Chi bamboo coin bank, to help those in need.

Please note that information on all our fundraising activities will be published on our official English and Chinese websites, and all our volunteers soliciting donations will be in full uniform, with a valid fundraising permit issued by relevant government authorities.

Latest Updates


Inspiring news and stories about our Missions and volunteers

An Elderly Volunteer Spends her Golden Years Meaningfully

An Elderly Volunteer Spends her Golden Years Meaningfully

Hoo Soo Moi got herself an office job after retirement, but found that she still had a lot of time to spare. So she started volunteering with Tzu Chi and discovered that there is so much she can do in her golden years!

Self-Help Skills Challenge Day @Tzu Chi Great Love PreSchool

Self-Help Skills Challenge Day @Tzu Chi Great Love PreSchool

An educational, fun, and challenging activity was organised by the teachers of Tzu Chi Great Love PreSchool to help young children master independent living skills. The teachers were also able to assess their lesson plans and teaching strategies, thus all

Celebrating the Lunar New Year with Gratitude, Love, and Respect

Celebrating the Lunar New Year with Gratitude, Love, and Respect

Dedicated Tzu Chi volunteers held a string of festive performances and prepared sumptuous CNY-themed dishes to welcome the Foundation’s Chinese aid and care recipients from across the island to an early celebration of the Lunar New Year.

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Snowstorm Disaster Assessment in Qinghai, China

Snowstorm Disaster Assessment in Qinghai, China

The heavy blizzards that ravaged China’s northwest Qinghai Province have killed thousands of livestock, leaving many residents in urgent need of assistance. A team of Tzu Chi volunteers in China braved the winter cold to conduct disaster assessment in the

Seven-Nation Volunteer Team Holds Medical Aid Mission in Cambodia

Seven-Nation Volunteer Team Holds Medical Aid Mission in Cambodia

In 1994, Tzu Chi held a rice and rice seeds distribution in Takeo Province, Cambodia. 25 years later, Tzu Chi volunteers once again stepped onto this land to hold a free clinic and rice distribution for the locals, thereby continuing the cycle of Great Lo

Quality Rice Seeds for 50,000 Farmers Affected by Flood in Myanmar

Quality Rice Seeds for 50,000 Farmers Affected by Flood in Myanmar

Tzu Chi volunteers distributed mung bean seeds to needy farmers in Myanmar after a major flood disaster in 2018. They returned to the disaster zone once again in February this year, to distribute rice seeds to assist the impoverished farmers to get back t

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The Art of Communication

The Art of Communication

People can sense our thoughts and emotions when we speak. Hence, we should always be mindful of our thoughts and manage our emotions well.

What Witnessing Suffering Taught Me

What Witnessing Suffering Taught Me

“It’s been around 20 years since I last saw my only child; he should be more than 20 years old by now…” said a Tzu Chi dialysis beneficiary. Volunteers lent him a listening ear as he grieved over his unhappy past…

Soundless Cry

Soundless Cry

“Through dedicating ourselves to serving others, we witness the value and dignity of life.” This is a teaching (from Dharma Master Cheng Yen) that I always bear in mind when I do home care visits.

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