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In Memory of Mr. Chen Yo-peng

In Memory of Mr. Chen Yo-peng[ Words to Volunteers ]
Editor’s note: After the sudden passing of Mr. Chen Yo-peng... Read more...

Delivering Aid to Refugees with Compassion

Delivering Aid to Refugees with Compassion[ Words to Volunteers ]
There’s always news about the refugees; recently, news repo... Read more...

Self-reflect and Repent to Mitigate Disasters

Self-reflect and Repent to Mitigate Disasters[ Words to Volunteers ]
Climate changes have been causing disasters around the worl... Read more...

Buddha Day: Repaying Kindness

Buddha Day: Repaying Kindness Every year, we celebrate the three occasions of Mother’s Day, Buddha Day, and Tz... Read more...

Words to Volunteers: Wisdom from Typhoon Haiyan Disaster Relief

Words to Volunteers: Wisdom from Typhoon Haiyan Disaster ReliefWhen disasters happen, people are plunged into a dark hell. When we are in the ... Read more...

Words to Volunteers: Our World, a House on Fire

Words to Volunteers: Our World, a House on FireOur world is like a house that is on fire, and we are like children who are caug... Read more...

Words to Volunteers: Material vs. Spiritual Riches

Words to Volunteers: Material vs. Spiritual RichesSelect teachings and points made by Master in the Morning Volunteer AssemblyRead more...

Morning Volunteer Assembly

Morning Volunteer Assembly

Every morning at 7 AM, Dharma Master Cheng Yen hosts the Morning Volunteer Assem...
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The Beauty of the Jing Si Abode

Volunteers

Are you prepared to put your kindness into actions and join Tzu Chi in promoting the goodness and beauty of mankind?
You are always welcome to join our Tzu Chi’s Great Love missions by becoming a member or volunteer. Please contact the Tzu Chi location near you.

" Abide by your principles in everything you do. Never do things just to satisfy others. For rather than satisfying them, you may be in over your head. "
Jing-Si Aphorism