A creative cooking competition involving parents and children was held at Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre on April 17, 2021, to promote vegetarianism.
Muslim aid and care beneficiaries of Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) wrote Thank You cards and shared their life stories on stage as they celebrated the annual Hari Raya Aidilfitri event held at the Jing Si Hall, with joy and gratitude.
To support Tzu Chi Taiwan’s relief efforts in the catastrophic aftermath of Cyclone Idai in East Africa, Tzu Chi volunteers in Singapore held a street fundraising drive on 5th May.
A group of new volunteers joined experienced Tzu Chi volunteers in visiting aid and care beneficiaries to experience first-hand, giving care and aid to the needy.
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.
At the Seeds of Hope Meritorious Award and Bursary Disbursement Ceremony, a short skit about how student beneficiaries learned to do recycling was staged, to encourage more students to join the recycling movement.
The earthquake that hit Indonesia’s Sulawesi at the end of September this year has resulted in massive property losses and left many dead and injured. To help the disaster victims rebuild their homes, Tzu Chi Merit Organization has launched a one-month lo
Everyone shares the joy of a festive celebration, regardless of whether one is rich or poor. Tzu Chi held a Deepavali celebration for its care and aid beneficiaries, where volunteers invited the latter and their friends to help create a joyful atmosphere
Tzu Chi volunteers took to the streets to raise funds for the Foundation’s local charity programmes, bowing humbly and thanking donors politely for the latter’s generosity.
Tzu Chi’s aid beneficiaries are called ‘Households of Gratitude’. Why is that so? Who should be grateful to whom? Participants at Tzu Chi’s second English Volunteer Training session of the year uncovered the answers to these questions.
During the month of Ramadan, Tzu Chi volunteers helped a Malay aid recipient spring clean her home and even repainted the walls in her favourite colour of light green. Thanks to their hard work, the house has been given a fresh new look!
An unexpected accident during a holiday trip took away the life of a young medical graduate. Tzu Chi volunteers in the UK and Singapore provided cross-country care and support to the bereaved family of the deceased.
Beneficiary students of the Seeds of Hope (“SOH”) Programme built their “dream house” together with their families during the SOH Welcome Ceremony. From the activity, they learned about the importance of teamwork, and also understood that...
A group of youths from the Tzu Chi Collegiate Youth Association took time from their busy schedules to celebrate the lunar new year at SASCO Senior Citizens’ Home.
The Jing Si Hall is almost a second home to many aid and care recipients of Tzu Chi. Before the Chinese New Year, the Foundation’s Chinese beneficiaries gathered at the Hall for a sumptuous reunion dinner, a joyful occasion that everyone had anticipated..
On 2nd December 2017, the Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) held the “Seeds of Hope Meritorious and Bursary Awards” ceremony, to encourage the student recipients in their studies and to develop their talents in other areas.
A group of knitting enthusiasts in Singapore knitted scarves and beanies in their spare time, as warm tokens of their blessings for Serbian refugees thousands of miles away.
Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) held its first Deepavali celebration on the first day of October this year, with festivities including brightly-hued traditional Indian floor art, Henna painting, song and dance, mouth-watering dishes, etc.
A group of Tzu Chi collegiate volunteers brought their youthful energy and warmth to SASCO Senior Citizens’ Home and spent some Mid-Autumn joy with the residents there.