Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

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Apr 19th
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Accompanying for the last mile; Sister Kieu providing a life time gift

“Accept it, and then your mind won’t fight it. By doing so, you won’t lose your energy. Also, mentally you won’t lose your internal peace and wisdom.” Illness makes people compassionate and makes people great. One Vietnamese Sister Miss Huong Kieu was confirmed with cancer in 2003. However, she didn’t lose her life function because of the illness. She displayed even greater compassion with her remaining life.Read more...
 

A Date @ Buddha Bath in San Francisco, Tri-lingual Show Off Her Talent

This year, as the San Francisco branch office is searching for applicant of Worl... Read more...

City beautification on Earth Day: Volunteer wishes to serve until 100 yrs. old

“Just do the right thing.” Tzu Chi volunteers in Oakland are always eager to do ... Read more...

Books drive for South Africa, volunteers carefully sort books

During 2008 and 2009, the education development team of the Tzu Chi Foundation w... Read more...

The Department of Education partners with Tzu Chi to award students for perfect school attendance

Since September 2011, the Department of Education in San Francisco has collabora... Read more...

Tzu Chi volunteers help clean streets in San Francisco

Tzu Chi volunteers participated in a city sponsored street cleaning event around... Read more...

Hot Food for the Homeless after Thanksgiving

Each year since 2007, Tzu Chi’s Northwest Regional Office has been working with ... Read more...

Department of Education acknowledges Tzu Chi’s efforts

The city of San Francisco has hosted a low-income school assistance program for ... Read more...

From receiving to giving, grateful parents become volunteers

“It’s true, some parents are greedy, if Tzu Chi doesn’t distribute foods, they w... Read more...
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