Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Apr 24th
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Home Activities Midwest Region

Happy Campus Program: Caring about students

The Happy Campus Program started by Tzu Chi Indianapolis Service Center at Nora Elementary School in 2012 received high praise from the school. In 2013, Tzu Chi Indianapolis volunteers decided to hold it again and to provide not only food, but also to educate students and parents (including many immigrants from Mexico, Africa, and Myanmar) how to become involved in American society. In addition, they taught food nutritional knowledge, as well as the importance of personal hygiene.Read more...

Disaster relief: Aiding tornado survivors

A rare and devastating November tornado struck the Midwest on November 17, 2013.... Read more...

Relief to Communities Devastated by Tornadoes in the Midwest

During 11 deadly hours on November 17, 2013, the fourth largest tornado outbreak... Read more...

Tzu Chi Minneapolis’ 2013 winter distribution at Simpson Housing Services

On the afternoon of November 16, 2013, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Tzu Chi volunt... Read more...

The Evolution of My Three-In-One Feeling

Tzu Chi USA has held its annual three-in-one documentation volunteer workshop at... Read more...

Tzu Chi gives new international college students a warm welcome in Cleveland

New groups of international students travel to the U.S. each fall, embarking on ... Read more...

CPR certification training seminar at the Indianapolis Chapter

The sky was dark and gray on September 29, 2013, but the drizzle didn’t dampen t... Read more...

Scholarship Awards Ceremony in Chicago, Illinois

Tzu Chi’s office in Chicago, Illinois, held its annual scholarship award ceremon... Read more...

The “Dharma Ship” sets sail in Cleveland

The Tzu Chi liaison office in Cleveland, Ohio, held a Buddha Bathing Ceremony on... Read more...
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Jing-Si Aphorism