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Hope Drives Healing: Tzu Chi Volunteers Help Fire Survivors Rebuild Their Lives

The tiny flame of a forgotten candle turned into a blaze that caused irreparable damage to the Madison Apartments in Seattle, Washington. The fire took the life of one resident and critically injured others, while also leaving dozens of survivors without homes. Tzu Chi volunteers, in partnership with the Red Cross, held an emergency distribution event to assist those in immediate need.

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Coming to the Aid of California’s Oak Fire Survivors Who Lost Their Homes

In the steaming summer of 2022, tourists flocked to Mariposa County in California for a short break before heading into Yosemite National Park, a world-famous attraction about 40 minutes away. Meanwhile, intense summer winds from California’s Central Valley lapped at the tall trees of mountain forests, drought-stricken for years. No one imagined that a never-before-seen wildfire would soon arrive at this famous tourist destination, moving swiftly and ferociously.

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New Uniforms for Underprivileged Students in San Francisco

The Fall 2022 semester of the San Francisco Unified School District was to begin on Monday, August 15, with all K-12 students returning to class. Since some students from low-income families don’t have new uniforms to wear, Tzu Chi USA Northwest Region’s San Francisco Branch ordered more than 1,600 brand-new uniforms for children in the Bayview-Hunters Point school zone in advance, and distributed them in the community on August 13.

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A Free Clinic and Food Distribution Brings Relief in East Palo Alto, California

Before seven in the morning on Saturday, June 11, 2022, a truck loaded with food from Second Harvest Food Bank in Northern California’s Silicon Valley slowly approached Costano Elementary School in East Palo Alto, where Tzu Chi volunteers provide semimonthly food distributions. After the driver unloaded the truck, Tzu Chi volunteers skillfully sorted the different kinds of food in preparation for distribution. Meanwhile, local community residents queued up to register, bringing shopping bags or carts to pick up food that would last them for the next few weeks.

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Healing the Mind, Body, and Spirit: Tzu Chi Medical Foundation Offers An Array of Free Services in Cupertino

The Tzu Chi Medical Foundation has become a well-rounded resource for communities in need (on wheels). The branch of Global Tzu Chi offers free, mobile clinics to underserved areas who are in need of medical attention in several different disciplines. With the help of doctors, dentists, chiropractors, opthamologists, and volunteers, Tzu Chi is able to provide residents and their families with quality care many of them haven’t seen in years.

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Continuous Care for Bootleg Fire Survivors in Oregon

Before the Christmas of 2021, Tzu Chi volunteers Michelle Liang and Shunda Hwang, who live in Portland, Oregon, drove their car south towards Bly, heading deep into the mountains with towering pine forests covered in snow along their path. Packages of supplies intended to bring “peace of mind and blessings” to the survivors of a recent wildfire covered the back seat.

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