Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation

Jan 20th
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Foster Home Carers Receive New Home

Foster Home Carers Receive New HomeA couple who worked at a foster home in southern Taiwan and lost everything in Typhoon Morakot last year have been given a new home by the foundation. They are full of gratitude.Full story

Makeshift Schools at Haiti

The devastating earthquake in Haiti in January destroyed or damaged half of the country’s 15,000 elementary schools and 1,500 junior high schools. But the foundation is doing all it can to provide education to the children of Haiti.Full story

President Visits Great Love Village for Typhoon Survivors

On June 20, Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou visited the village the foundation is building for survivors of last year’s Typhoon Morakot, in Changzhi, Pingtung county in the southern tip of the island.Full story

Donates Stationery to 4,700 Children in Haiti

Volunteers returned to Haiti to deliver 200,000 items of stationery to 4,700 children in two cities. They found the country little changed since they left at the start of April, with most of the reconstruction work still to do.Full story

Buddha's Day Ceremony in Kota Kinabalu

This year for the first time Tzu Chi Kota Kinabalu had planned to hold their Buddha's Day Ceremony outdoor. To ensure its success, the volunteers worked and practised very hard two weeks prior to the event.

On May 9, 2010, the day of the event, the volunteers spent half a day decorating the venue prior to rehearsals. The sky suddenly turned gloomy and everyone was getting a bit worried. At 4 pm, the ...
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