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Home Activities Western Region

Care Harbor Free Clinic, spreading love to those in need

Even though it has been almost a year after the introduction of the Affordable Care Act, there are still approximately 1.3 million people in the Los Angeles area who are uninsured. The great need for healthcare services was apparent at the annual Care Harbor large-scale free clinic event at the Los Angeles Sports Arena, held for four days between September 11 and 14, 2014. The event was co-sponsored by Tzu Chi Medical Foundation and the Care Harbor organization.Read more...
 

Jing Si Aphorism Donation Program

Las Vegas, Nevada, has the most concentrated hotel and motel population in the w... Read more...

Reaching out with Love to Hotels and Prisons

Words of love and wisdom can help people when they are lost or sad, and guide pe... Read more...

Gratitude, Respect and Love - Reflections from the 2014 English Resource and Spiritual Retreat

Growing up in Tzu Chi, I’ve had the fortune to be surrounded by many wonderful p... Read more...

A Different Kind of Summer Camp

Starting on June 21, 2014, Tzu Chi Northridge Service Center hosted a six-week C... Read more...

Buddhist Chaplain Requests Jing Si Aphorisms for Women’s Prison

Buddhist Chaplain Lisa Zeller shared her thoughts after reading Jing Si Aphorism... Read more...

Wherever there is a hotel, there will be Jing Si Aphorisms

U.S. Tzu Chi volunteers have now been sharing copies of Jing Si Aphorisms with h... Read more...

Memorial Service Held for Students Killed in Isla Vista

Henry Yang, Chancellor of University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), announ... Read more...

Hotel Owner Association Convention Displays Jing Si Aphorisms

Tzu Chi Orange County volunteer Lin Qiongfen has kept a close eye on Asian Ameri... Read more...
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" When you perform a task, do it wholeheartedly; when you refuse a task, leave it without regret. "
Jing-Si Aphorism