A creative cooking competition involving parents and children was held at Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre on April 17, 2021, to promote vegetarianism.
Yong Puay Woon has been listening to Wisdom at Dawn regularly during the pandemic. During the early morning dharma session, she often heard Master Cheng Yen appealing to everyone to adopt a vegetarian diet. One day, Yong accidentally cut her finger while
After the community care facility (CCF) @ Tuas project ended, Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) extended its love and care to the CCF @ Big Box, where volunteers provided tea service to healthcare workers who were on the frontline caring for patients with mi
Food security threats are real, but not without a solution. Besides supporting local produce, we can switch to a more sustainable lifestyle to help mitigate climate change and food security issue.
The finished art of a community project that was launched to connect different community in Singapore, is now on display at Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre.
The aged elderly have to face with many challenges in life especially when they live by themselves. With the company and assistance from Tzu Chi volunteers, who live in the same neighbourhood, one elderly volunteer has her home refurbished and her life we
Before Singapore’s National Day, a team of volunteers had entered Singapore Sports Hub twice to join the migrant workers for an art project. Although the future is clouded with much uncertainties......
Volunteers and Tzu Chi youths (known as Tzu Ching) had visited a temporary foreign worker dormitory for an art session with migrant workers. The interaction between the migrant workers and volunteers have brought them closer to each other.
Tzu Chi Foundation (Singapore) continues to collaborate with dormitory operators and government agencies to decorate the community care facility (CCF).
Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, Tzu Chi Collegiate Youth Association (Tzu Ching) arranges online mentoring sessions for the care recipient’s children who are doing home-based learning.
Tzu Chi volunteers are supporting the community isolation facility in Tuas to ensure that there are always snacks and drinks available at the pantry while caring for the medical workers and facility workers there.
An online joint press conference was held on 5 June 2020 at Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre to hand over handmade masks to the representative from Migrant Workers’ Centre and to launch an art project for migrant workers.
Tzu Chi Singapore’s logistics team volunteers launched a meal delivery programme to deliver vegetarian meals to medical front liners and medical departments twice a week for six consecutive weeks.
In order to provide the right and suitable relief to different individuals and households during these hard times, the Epidemic Relief Programme for Tzu Chi Care Recipients was adjusted accordingly in response to the evolving pandemic situation...
To slow down the spread and reduce mortality, migrant workers staying in dormitories that are infected with COVID-19 are relocated and treated in isolation elsewhere. To thank them for their many years of hard work...
During circuit breaker, some Tzu Chi care recipients sustained themselves with only canned food and non-perishable items. Until one day, food containers filled with warmth and love arrived at their doorstep...
A Singaporean citizen became stranded in Malaysia after Malaysia declared a Movement Control Order (MCO) to stop the spreading of COVID-19 in March 2020. Due to border closure of both countries...
Tzu Chi responded to local apparel manufacturer CYC’s face mask donation programme by inviting volunteers to produce tens of thousands of face masks for migrant workers in Singapore.
Despite the enforcement of travel restrictions in many countries amid the pandemic, a charter flight from Singapore had flown to Hualien Airport in late April to complete the collection of a rare non-relative donated bone marrow via transit without entry.