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Hot Meal Distribution Sharing

On February 28, 2014, high school volunteers gained a new experience: serving the homeless.Read more...
 

Happiness in Giving

East Los Angeles Tzu Shao Program Director reflects on the Winter Homeless Shelt... Read more...

A Journey across the Nation

Inspired by Master Cheng Yen's words, volunteers vow to share them with others. Read more...

Calvin Hsi: Seeing the World with Compassionate Eyes

"He had such a pure heart. In his eyes, he always saw the good in others." -- Dh... Read more...

Composting with Great Love

Composting provides a valuable lesson in cherishing our resources.Read more...

Talking with Your Hands, Listening with Your Eyes

Not only beautiful to watch, Tzu Chi's sign language is a way to connect more de... Read more...

Inspiration to the Weary

Tzu Chi volunteers deliver words of wisdom as well as love and care.Read more...

Prescription Drugs: Safety First!

A pharmacist and Tzu Chi volunteer suggests guidelines for safely taking medicin... Read more...

My Path to Tzu Chi

A chance encounter sparks a new affinity and an opportunity to put compassion in... Read more...
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Special Reports

 

Inspiration to the Weary

Tzu Chi volunteers deliver words of wisdom as well as love and care.

 

Prescription Drugs: Safety First!

A pharmacist and Tzu Chi volunteer suggests guidelines for safely taking medicine.

 

Compost 101

Even inedible food scraps need not be wasted.

 

Bay Area Bread Rescue

Dedicated volunteers in North California give baked goods second life.