Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Apr 19th
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Home Activities Mid-Atlantic Region

Material and Emotional Relief to Explosion Survivors in New Jersey

On March 4, 2014, at approximately 1 pm, a violent gas explosion occurred at Crockett Lane in Ewing, New Jersey. One woman was killed and seven utility workers were injured in the explosion, which completely destroyed two homes and damaged 55 others, 18 of which suffered significant structural damage. Fortunately, when the explosion happened, most of the residents were at work, and they only received the news by phone. There was a school bus stop near the location, but luckily it was not yet drop-off time.Read more...

Volunteers Recognized for Sandy Relief Efforts

October 24th was a crisp day in autumn, and also a day of gratitude. It had been... Read more...

Free Clinic Held for Tzu Chi Volunteers

Tzu Chi founder Dharma Master Cheng Yen encourages Tzu Chi volunteers to dedicat... Read more...

Mayor Led Volunteers in Beach Cleanup

On September 21, 2013, Tzu Chi Mid-Atlantic Region’s Monmouth County volunteers ... Read more...

Tzu Chi Scholar Delivers Package of Kindness

On July 30, 2013, the Tzu Chi Mid-Atlantic Region office received a large, heavy... Read more...

Region Holds Dharma Assembly of the Earth Treasury Sutra

July was an auspicious month for Tzu Chi. Volunteers across the globe held Earth... Read more...

Academy Graduates and Collegiate Volunteers Ready To Shoulder More Responsibilities

It is that time of the year again, a time for parting words and rejoicing. Every... Read more...

Pray for Peace on the UN Day of Vesak

"Vesak,” which is derived from the Sanskrit term Vaisakha, means full moon. It r... Read more...

Tzu Chi Participates at St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Keansburg

At noon on March 24, 2013, 16 Tzu Chi volunteers from Central New Jersey gathere... Read more...
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" People who are preoccupied with past achievements cannot humble themselves. "
Jing-Si Aphorism