Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Aug 22nd
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Home Activities Southern Region

Keep Austin Beautiful; Cleanup in Austin

“Keep Austin Beautiful” is a promotional event held by the city of Austin, Texas. Tzu Chi’s Austin branch has been invited to the event since 2013 and has promised to participate four times a year in the cleaning activities. As part of the cleanup activities for Earth Day on April 12, 2014, the Tzu Chi Austin branch held its fourth cleanup. Thirty-one volunteers joined in the activity, including eight Tzu Ching collegiate volunteers and six Tzu Shao high school volunteers.Read more...

Winter Distribution to Homeless Friends in Houston

Ever since 1991, volunteers from Tzu Chi’s Southern Regional Office in Houston, ... Read more...

Relief for an Unexpected Flood in Austin, Texas

After three consecutive years of draught, the residents of Austin, Texas, were j... Read more...

Sharing Great Love Around the World

The seven members of the “2013 International Youth Ambassadors” group, sponsored... Read more...

Back-to-School Stationary Distribution in Austin, Texas

Imagine that you are back in elementary school, and the teacher is writing a new... Read more...

A Musical Promoting Filial Piety, Correct Beliefs and a Humane Lifestyle

On the afternoon of August 17, 2013, Tzu Chi Foundation Southern Regional Office... Read more...

Jing Si Aphorisms Inspire Hotel Visitors

On July 16, 2013, Tzu Chi Atlanta volunteers enthusiastically delivered copies o... Read more...

Tzu Chi Volunteers in Texas Provide Relief for Flood Victims

Effective and efficient charity relief requires wisdom. After decades of experie... Read more...

Gratitude heals wounds and builds love

Time truly flies, as observed by the first graduating class of Tzu Chin collegia... Read more...
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" Let us not ask for good health, only clarity of mind. Let us not seek for everything to go our way, only the courage and strength to persevere. Let us not wish for lesser responsibilities, only for the ability to shoulder more. "
Jing-Si Aphorism