Tzu Chi volunteers selflessly contribute through a mindset of gratitude, expressing their sincerest care and support to each and every individual in need.
The shared goal of Tzu Chi volunteers is to cultivate sincerity, integrity, faith, and honesty within while exercising kindness, compassion, joy, and selflessness to humanity through concrete actions. Transcending the bounds of race, nationality, language, and religion, they serve the world under the notion that “when others are hurting, we feel their pain; when others suffer, we feel their sorrow”. Not only do the volunteers endeavor to promote the universal value of “Great Love,” they also fully employ the humanitarian spirit of Chinese culture to its utmost.
Tzu Chi Foundation’s “Four Major Missions” consist of Charity, Medicine, Education, and Humanity. Adding the efforts in Bone Marrow Donation, Environmental Protection, Community Volunteerism, and International Relief, the undertakings are now collectively known as “Tzu Chi’s Eight Footprints”.
“There is great strength when everyone does good deeds. There is good fortune when everyone creates blessings.” ~ Dharma Master Cheng Yen
In 1991, founder of Taiwan-based Tzu Chi Foundation, Master Cheng Yen received The Magsaysay Community Leadership Award from the Philippine Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation. This is the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in Asia. Along with the award came a prize money of US $30,000 (worth approximately Php 825,000 then) which the Master distributed to two beneficiaries - the victims of the China flooding and of the Mt. Pinatubo eruption. The award paved way to the exposure of the Master’s compassion to the Chinese community in the Philippines.
The very first Tzu Chi Alumni Homecoming for the Livelihood Program focused on the importance of volunteerism and coming back to give back to the comm...
A benign mass was embedded in Denise Balog’s tongue which deprived her with the ability to breathe and eat through the mouth. With Tzu Chi’s help, she...
With Machine Operation Course (MOC) graduates Ronald Bastinga and Carlos Panesa working in Taiwan, their families in the Philippines are enjoying the ...
Lea and Rachel Awel take the first step as recently-certified Tzu Ching (Tzu Chi Youth). The former conjoined twins affinity with Tzu Chi started when...
From watching programs on DaAi TV, the Ngo family walked into the Tzu Chi path by becoming volunteers. Shanelle Ngo is the latest in the family to tak...
With a powerful “why” or purpose, an equally powerful “what” or action can be realized. This is the takeaway from the account of a Tzu Chi volunteer i...
On the 9th of June, on a Sunday, The Tzu Chi foundation hosted the 2019 Scholar’s Graduation and Awards ceremony. Hosted by the energetic Nancy Tan, t...
On the second day of the Tzu Chi Youth Still Thoughts Camp, the youths are make to realize that they’re in a “very opportune position” to make a diffe...
This year’s theme for the Tzu Chi Foundation’s youth camp is “Gratitude, Respect, Life, and Love”.
Michael Mahusay has borne a large lump on his face for two years. After a series of unfortunate events, he hope to return to normal life with a surger...
In the face of doubt and hate, Tzu Chi volunteers participating in the three-day National Officers Camp are urged to persevere and take the teachings ...
1st National Officers Camp and first “Lotus Sutra” praying at the reconstructed Jing Si Hall in the Great Love Campus.
Over 50 staff members of Tzu Chi Philippines join the preparations for the three-day National Officers Training Camp at the Tzu Chi Great Love Campus ...
Tzu Chi volunteers at the Jing Si Hall are in full swing making zongzi, rice dumplings filled with several viands, and selling them to help fund the f...
Jayson Tasarra shares the life he lived, the hardships he went through to be able to attain a college degree.
A cascade of illnesses stemming from his kidney stones has all but ruined the life of 42-year-old Ner Barrete. With no ability to pay for treatment, h...
Tzu Chi Foundation’s Livelihood Training Program promised a better life to young distressed individuals by providing them with free vocational trainin...
Arlene Pempeña joined Tzu Chi’s Cash Relief Program (CRP) in hopes of restoring the family business after the recent flood washed it away. Her family ...
Determination defines former Tzu Chi scholar Jonalyn Alfonso in a word. Hailing from a family with financial troubles, Jonalyn strived for excellence ...
Sulpicio Eribal Jr. spent most of his life angry. But because of Tzu Chi, he was able to open his heart and unload his emotional baggage. He discovere...
Richard Lafuerta and Remy Alayon are among those displaced when a 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck central Leyte in July 2017. In September, they were ...
Michael Maneja’s family is one of over 1,000 affected by Tropical Storm Urduja who received cash assistance from Tzu Chi Foundation. Michael used the ...
In Ormoc City, a group of young people are making a difference through volunteerism.
Fifty pesos. This was the amount that Angel Carlyn Jandoc handed the Tzu Chi Foundation volunteers on December 26. For some, it may seem a small amoun...
The Christmas holidays were marred by a tragedy when Tropical Storm Urduja pounded the Visayas with torrential rains that resulted to widespread flood...
To elevate one's character, one needs to embrace everyone and rejoice in their achievements and admirable qualities.
Strive not to compete with other but to strengthen our resolve.
We need to be firm in our moral ideals and empower them with courage and persistence.
To elevate one's character, one does not need power but rather loving care.
One becomes virtuous as one learns from giving,
Composure is the ability to avoid becoming angry at the insults of others or smug from praise.
One must first engage in self-scrutiny to earn the trust of others.
With determination, one will move forward. Without determination, one will fall back.
Ideals should be far-reaching; actions should be practical.
Character building starts with trustworthiness.
What is manifest on the outside can reveal one's inner character.
No matter how knowledgeable a person is, the most important things are to remember one's roots and look after one's character.
To be happy, first make others happy; to be successful, first help others become successful.
Determination and great vows are the forces which create happiness in life.
Virtue commands respect. One should act in moderation and curtail desire.
Upholding precepts and discipline is a meritorious practice.
By observing propriety, one cares for oneself. Only when one cares for oneself is it possible to love others.
When we make great vows and put them into action, we realize our true virtues.
Good relations with others come from giving selflessly and earning the fondness, trust, and admiration of others.
If one's heart is often filled with kindness and sincerity towards others, one will win the hearts of others.
To covet and take from others is to harm one's own character.
With deep humility and comes great character.
Morality is a duty and observing propriety is an obligation for a human being.
Compare one's material life with those less wealthy; elevate one's character, and the maturation of wisdom.
True wealth is measured in virtue; true character is measured in filial gratitude.
Uphold the spirit of sincerity, integrity, trustworthiness, and honesty.
The beauty of people lies in their virtue; it is displayed through their good deeds, good words and good heart.
Courteous people are liked by everyone; reasonable people are respected by everyone.
Good morals provide hope for humanity and are the foundation for happiness.
One must do good deeds with sincerity, deal with affairs with integrity, treat people with honesty and stay trustworthy at all times.
One can be materially poor, but one must not be poor in determination and spirit.
There is great wealth as one lives a simple life. There is great willpower
Propriety is revealed with every action and every movement.
HELP TZU CHI HELP OTHERS FOR AS LITTLE AS THE COST OF A CUP OF COFFEE
Tzu Chi was built on funds collected in a bamboo coin bank. The foundation’s humble beginnings is a reminder that no contribution is too small to create a great impact. Every peso you donate will make a difference. Just the amount you spend on a cup of coffee will go a long way.
You may bring your donation directly at Tzu Chi Foundation, Philippines’ office at 76 Cordillera cor. Agno St. Brgy Doña Josefa, Quezon City
You may also send your donations through bank deposit or wire transfer. Details as follows:
METROBANK, Del Monte Branch
Account Name: Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation, Philippines
Account Number: 163-3-16307190-9
Mobile Number: 0927-3130205
Note: Please fax the deposit slip to the Tzu Chi office.
Fax Number: 02-7320001 loc 213.
Please call the Tzu Chi office to verify the fax transmission of the deposit slip.