Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation

Apr 19th
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How to donate

We are endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as deductible gift recipients (DGR). As such, donations of $2 and above to charity works within Australia are tax deductible. There are 5 ways to make donations:
  1. In person, at any of the 5 addresses listed in the Contact Us section: cash, cheque, Visa or MasterCard.
  2. Send a cheque, payable to Tzu Chi Foundation Australia, to any of the 5 addresses listed in the Contact Us section. On its back, please write your contact details and purpose of donations.
  3. By auto debit to your bank account or Visa or MasterCard. Please complete this form (prescribed form) and return as per the instructions thereon.
  4. Direct deposit into our account with the St. George Bank.  BSB 112-879.  A/C 485-419-423.  If you wish for a receipt or have special instructions regarding the donations, please email donations@tzuchi.org.au with your personal details and particulars of the donation (date, amount, and purpose) within 14 days. In the absence of any instructions, all donations will be treated as for Australian charity purposes.
  5. To do the online donation, please click the link below for your kindness : https://donate.tzuchi.org.au/

Transnational works of charity NGO in Special Consultative Status

At its July 2010 general meeting, United Nations’ Economic and Social Council confirmeded Tzu Chi as NGO in Special Consultative Status with ECOSOC, recognizing its efforts in charity and medical care in over 70 countries.Full story

Calamities in New Zealand and Japan

A 9.0 Richter scale earthquake hit northern Japan on March 11 this year.  Coordinated through Tzu Chi’s headquarter in Taiwan, our volunteers in Japan commenced their hot food deliveries to affected areas in spite of the snowy weather.  Our volunteers worldwide also respond with local fundraising appeals.Full story

Love without boundaries. Help does not rest.

Whether it be Taiwan, Haiti, Pakistan, or other countries, wherever disaster strikes, our volunteers always respond promptly. We carry out disaster relief with empathy and follow Master Cheng Yen’s holistic approach and focus on stability, safety, and peace of mind. Every disaster is a revelation with a moral.  For those of us who cannot be overseas with the relief, streetside appeals are our toke... Full story

United Nations Non-Governmental Organizations Annual Conference

Rushing and dashing, I put on my blue and white, picked up my luggage, and headed straight to the airport.  Melbourne, here I come! United Nations, here I am!Full story
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