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Tzu Chi Volunteers Bring Food, Relief Goods to Taiwan Flood Survivors

Tzu Chi Volunteers Bring Food, Relief Goods to Taiwan Flood SurvivorsTzu Chi Foundation has been providing hot food, relief goods and cash cards to f... Read more...

Tzu Chi Provides 1,500 Hot Meals to Flood Victims in South Taiwan

Tzu Chi Provides 1,500 Hot Meals to Flood Victims in South TaiwanVolunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation provided nearly 1,500 hot meals as well as ... Read more...

Tzu Chi Helps to Clean Flooded Communities in Four Days

Tzu Chi Helps to Clean Flooded Communities in Four DaysThe Tzu Chi Foundation organized a Cash Relief Program (CRP) for people in f... Read more...

Tzu Chi Holds Cash-Relief Program for 1,600 in Flood-hit Manila

Tzu Chi Holds Cash-Relief Program for 1,600 in Flood-hit ManilaThe Tzu Chi Foundation organized a cash-relief program for nearly 1,600 people i... Read more...

Tzu Chi USA Gives Financial Aid to Survivors of California Wildfire

Tzu Chi USA Gives Financial Aid to Survivors of California WildfireThe Tzu Chi Foundation in California has distributed blankets and cash cards to ... Read more...

Tzu Chi Opens 47 Permanent Homes in Taitung, Taiwan

Tzu Chi Opens 47 Permanent Homes in Taitung, TaiwanOn July 31, the Tzu Chi Foundation held a ceremony to mark the opening of 47 per... Read more...

Tzu Chi Provides Goods, Medical Care to Indonesian Earthquake Victims

Tzu Chi Provides Goods, Medical Care to Indonesian Earthquake VictimsOn August 8, Indonesian volunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation provided 13 tonnes ... Read more...

Tzu Chi in Chile Helps Children with Special Needs to Play Their Music

Tzu Chi in Chile Helps Children with Special Needs to Play Their MusicVolunteers of the Tzu Chi Foundation in Chile provided musical equipment for a g... Read more...
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