Kita1Keluarga Relief Programme

Let's recycle & 
practice low-carbon lifestyle

Recycling centres are open from 1 July 2020

I too can attend school
thanks to the love in this world

Tzu Chi Malaysia has provided more than
3,500 education enrolments to refugee children

Rising hope for needy students

Tzu Chi Malaysia has provided more than
190,000 study grants to needy students

Let's recycle & 
practice low-carbon lifestyle

Tzu Chi Malaysia: Started with a daily saving of 50 NT cents to a global organization extending aid worldwide, Tzu Chi hopes to garner kindness from everyone and exemplify the Buddhist teachings. With close to 170 offices/contact points across Malaysia and 20,000-strong volunteer base, Tzu Chi Malaysia has rendered aid to tens of thousands of underprivileged individuals and families in the spirit of Great Love that transcends all borders. The volunteers committed themselves to serve mankind with a heart of gratitude and unconditional love through Tzu Chi's Missions of Charity, Medicine, Education, Humanistic Culture and Environmental Protection. We sincerely welcome you to join our ranks of volunteerism to relieve suffering and make this world a better place. Contact Tzu Chi KL & Selangor/KL Tzu-Chi Jing SI Hall/Tzu Chi chapters across Malaysia

Let's recycle &
practice low-carbon lifestyle

I too can attend school
thanks to the love in this world

Tzu Chi Malaysia has provided more than
3,500 education enrolments to refugee children


Nurturing Virtuous
Global Leaders 

Rising hope for needy students

Tzu Chi Malaysia has provided more than
191,000 study grants to needy students

Kita1Keluarga Relief Programme

Let's recycle & 
practice low-carbon lifestyle

Recycling centres are open from 1 July 2020

Announcement – Working Together to Mitigate Disasters

In response to the government's Movement Control Order as well as the announcement by the Registrar of Societies Malaysia, all Tzu Chi premises in Malaysia, including the Jing Si Halls, offices, community centres and recycling centres, will be temporarily closed from March 18 to March 31. Tzu-Chi Dialysis Centres and Tzu-Chi Free Clinics in Kuala Lumpur and Klang however, will operate as usual. Tzu Chi’s relief work will also go on. You may contact any Tzu Chi chapters should there be an urgent request for help.

Our founder, Master Cheng Yen has advised that while viruses are dreadful, yet if we are vigilant, take good care of health by observing a meatless diet, and remain composed, we will have wisdom to combat the spread of this virus. When we treat all lives with gratitude, respect and love, we will sow blessings; and when everyone’s sincere prayers come together, a powerful force of blessings will be created.

Statistics compiled by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) show that in 2018

  • 2,443 animals were slaughtered for food around the world every second (not including marine life)
  • More than 210 million animals were killed for food daily, and that came out to 77 billion yearly.

If we could curb our desires for meat, we could reduce the chances of being infected by zoonotic diseases, and bring peace to the world.
Visit http://go-vegetarian.tzuchi.org.tw/ to support the “Vegetarian Diet to Mitigate COVID-19” campaign.
May 16, 2020

INDONESIA COVID-19 Relief Action Report #3: Activities as of 29 April, 2020

Indonesia (BTCF)- The following report summarizes Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation (BTCF) relief actions in Indonesia…
February 10, 2020

Relief Efforts for Coronavirus Outbreak

in Charity

The increasing number of confirmed coronavirus cases in China is causing the country to face…


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1,140 recycling centres/points across Malaysia
More than 20,000 recycling volunteers

Provided more than 191,000 study grants
to needy students

Monthly aid and care to
more than 6,300 households of care recipients

Provided more than 3,500 education enrolments
for refugee children

Free medical services to
more than 140,000 patient visits of refugees