6 Feb 2018 - 8 Mar 2018
1) Tzu Chi Recycling Point @ Bukit Ho Swee will be closed on the following dates:
8th Feb, 15th Feb, 22nd Feb, 1st Mar
(Operation will resume on 8 Mar 2018)
2) Tzu Chi Recycling Point @ Shunfu Road will be having its last recycling activity on 11 Feb 2018 and will cease operation from March 2018 onwards.
1 Feb 2018 - 28 Feb 2018
Please take note of the following changes in our institutional visit schedule for February:
1. Hospice Care Association: Visit in Feb 2018 rescheduled for 9th Feb 2018
2. SASCO Senior Citizens' Home: Visit in Feb 2018 rescheduled for 25th Feb 2018
Please visit our Event page for more information. Thank you.
1 Feb 2018 - 20 Feb 2018
Kindly take notice of the change of our operation hours during the Chinese New Year period:
Jing Si Hall
Opening hours 10am - 2pm on 15 Feb ~ 19 Feb 2018
From 20 Feb onwards, operation hours will resume as per normal from 10am to 6pm.
Tzu Chi Great Love PreSchool
Opened at 7am–2pm on 15 Feb; Closed from 16 Feb to 18 Feb;
School resumes as per normal from 19 Feb onwards.
Establishments/offices listed below will be closed on 15 Feb ~ 19 Feb 2018:
Jing Si Hall Admin Office, Jing Si Book Hut, Jing Si Books & Café, Tzu Chi Free Clinic, Lakeside Family Medicine Clinic, Tzu Chi Daai Gallery, Tzu Chi Eco-Awareness Centre, Tzu Chi Great Love Student Care Centre, Tzu Chi Day Rehabilitation Centre
Inspiring news and stories about our Missions and volunteers
Amid the festive joy at its annual Festive Charity Fair, Tzu Chi invited businesses as well as members of the public to join in the “Save for a Good Cause” campaign, inspiring love and kindness in everyone!
Living the high life of “eating, drinking, playing and making merry” was once the “life mission” of Hsu Li Chen (Ci Yu). A chance encounter with Tzu Chi propelled the well-to-do homemaker into a joyful path of service for the less fortunate.
During his 18 years in Tzu Chi, veteran volunteer Loi Hui Thin viewed acts of charity as second nature to him and always found joy in serving others. Though without a medical background, he had quietly served in countless medical aid missions overseas……
Tzu Chi Merit organization (Singapore) held two sessions of Year End Blessing Ceremony at The Star Theatre, to review volunteers’ footprints of kindness and charity in 2017, while also ushering in a new year with the collective love of everyone.
11th January may be just one out of 365 days in the calendar, but for Tzu Chi volunteers and members, it marks “Ethical Eating Day”, a day worth remembering and observing.
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.
Just before midnight of 6th February, 2018, residents in Hualien, Taiwan, were jolted awake by a powerful earthquake. As aftershocks lasted through the night, Tzu Chi volunteers were among the first responders to arrive on the scene to render aid to the q
In their second visit to the Dangkor Landfill, Tzu Chi volunteers not only brought aid supplies, but also provided “special services” that allowed the residents to usher in the New Year with fresh and clean appearances!
“You are our role models. You have taught us how to love one another and to love everyone as our family, regardless of race, language or religion. I will always remember you……”
“So-o-o, the good news is that you can have some free cushion covers, but the bad news is…” She burst into laughter and, picking up where I had left off, said, “I don’t have a chair!”
It’s been over ten years, but I still clearly remember the tight hug Arbar gave me that evening when I was leaving Bam, Iran.
"As inhabitants of the Earth, we are nourished and sustained by Mother Earth who provides us our food and all the resources for life. If she is healthy and well, we will be healthy and well. Our fates are intertwined." — Dharma Master Cheng Yen
In Tzu Chi, we do not differentiate between the giver and the receiver. Our aid beneficiaries are called “Households of Gratitude” as they allow our volunteers opportunities to cultivate gratitude and respect through giving of themselves. By touching lives and serving others with a spirit of equality, we create a culture of humanistic care.
Over the past 20-plus years, we have established our Four Missions of Charity, Medicine, Education, and Humanistic Culture in Singapore. They encompass a wide range of programmes and services that enable us to provide comprehensive, all-round care and assistance to families and individuals in need.
Our island-wide network of volunteers serve the various neighbourhoods by selflessly contributing their skills and efforts. Coming from all walks of life, they share the common goal of working for the betterment of the community.
Repentance purifies the mind;
a purified mind is free of worry.