The sprouts from previous years are now growing and blooming!
After going through the ups and downs of the pandemic, Tzu Chi Singapore produced a special report titled "When Seeds of Hope Bloom", sharing the inspirational stories of three students in the program.
Learn about the past 13 years of philanthropic education programs and their social impact.
Inspiring news and stories about our Missions and volunteers
The CASA-MODAL (Clean And Screen All Mouths Of Disability And Long-term care facilities) project was started in November 2018 with a noble mission of connecting disability and long-term care facilities to accessible dental services. However, over the past two years, the pandemic has thrown up several obstacles . . .
Since the opening of the Seniors Engagement and Enabling Node (SEEN) centres in 2019, they have served as crucial pillars of support for many seniors living in the community, helping to provide joy and care in their lives. Beyond this, the centres have also been actively supporting various seniors’ research projects . . .
It’s easier to convince people to do good deeds than to adopt a vegetarian diet. Lim Wah Chun’s secret to effectively advocate vegetarianism is to create vegetarian-friendly circles by serving one meal at a time.
Receiving your volunteer certification doesn’t mean you’ve reached the end of your journey. On the contrary, it signifies the real beginning on a path of giving love. Read on to find out more about the journey of dedicated Tzu Chi volunteer Shen Yu-zhen.
Tzu Chi Philippines commissioners, volunteers, and scholars came out in full force for the annual celebration of Buddha Day, Tzu Chi Day, and Mother’s Day on May 8 at the Buddhist Tzu Chi Campus (BTCC) in Sta. Mesa, Manila. The special occasion marked the 56th year of Tzu Chi’s existence worldwide. It was also the first time a face-to-face gathering of such proportions was held since the pandemic started.
Must you join an organization to do good? Not necessarily. But there is only so much a person working alone can do, whether it be providing disaster relief or caring for the needy. There is truth in the old saying that there is strength in numbers.
I always wondered what made the tranquil atmosphere at the Jingsi Books and Café, and I eventually made my own conclusion that it is due to a combination of the harmonious co-existence amongst the various objects in the premise...
More than six months have passed since I joined Tzu Chi Singapore as a full-time employee. It has been an absorbing experience thus far and this write-up aims to be a reflection of what I have done and learnt over this period.
Me and my family escaped Thomas Fire but not Montecito Mudslide. We lost everything we owned overnight and many of the people I knew have died in the mudslide.
The Poor Wood Chopper
In this world, most people have been planning and pursuing their future in an impermanent life. They are often caught up in contradictions and pains, which is the life of unenlightened beings - living in the delusion. Hence, Dharma Master Cheng Yen told the story of "The Poor Wood Chopper" in an ancient book.
I have done good deeds, but why do I often fall sick?
Someone asked: “I have done good deeds, but why do I often fall sick?”
Can we be liberated after death?
Someone asked: Can we be liberated after death?
Safeguard World Peace with Love
At this very moment, how many people going through suffering are hoping for someone else to lend a helping hand? If we could evoke our sense of sympathy and take up this responsibility of rendering help, we can spread love to others more.
For more than 28 years, Tzu Chi Singapore has been providing direct aid and care to underprivileged and disadvantaged communities. Currently, we focus our efforts in the following key areas:
You can help make a difference to the lives of the needy by volunteering with us or giving to where it is needed most. Join us in bringing lasting change to the underprivileged and experience the joy of giving!