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Tzu Chi USA is proud to participate in Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving that takes place on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year on November 30th, thanks to the support of generous donors, your generous contributions will now be matched, dollar-for-dollar, up to $2.5 million! This means that when you make a donation, you have the chance to double the impact of life-changing initiatives like…

Plus, tune in to our virtual charity concert, “Unwavering Compassion,” on Giving Tuesday for free, streaming live at 7:00pm ET and again at 7:00pm PT right here!

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HOW TO HELP

Plan your giving goals today and make a donation to Tzu Chi USA on Giving Tuesday, November 30. We will then match your generosity with the help of our donation matching fund! You may give…

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Pick a Tzu Chi region you want to support

On our mobile app, Tzu Chi Connect,
available for iOS and Android platforms.

By check, payable to “Tzu Chi.”
For mailing address, find your nearest Tzu Chi USA office here.

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PERFORMERS

STC Performing Arts

Dance Company

Since 1994, STC Performing Arts’ has been sharing Asian culture through art and music. Dancers are trained in diverse styles that include Chinese classical and folk dance. They have performed at Disneyland, the Rose Parade, and at the LA International Travel and Adventure Show.

Wan Fang

Singer & Actor

Wan Fang is a Taiwan-based singer, actor, and radio DJ. Having recorded 18 studio albums, she is well known for her soothing vocals. For more than a decade now, Wan Fang has focused more on connecting with listeners through her music.

Skip Culton

Singer-Songwriter

Skip Culton’s passion for music began at 14. But, in 2018, the Camp Fire burned down his entire home town, Paradise, CA. It inspired the song “A Prayer for Paradise,” breathing new life into his music career—and a journey to help fellow wildfire survivors with Tzu Chi USA.

Bart Shatto

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Actor & Singer

Broadway veteran Bart Shatto has appeared in Tony-nominated musicals War Paint, Dracula, and as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. He is also part of the original Broadway casts of The Civil War and Hands on a Hardbody. He is currently the host of the Mindful Eye at the Tzu Chi Center.

​​Rosa Martínez

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Actor & Singer

Rosa Martínez is a Latin Pop Artist from NJ. In 2020, she released her very own self titled EP “Reina Mar: The EP.” Rosa’s goals through her music are to take listeners on a journey through her life, sharing her ups and downs, including through love, heartbreak, and finding oneself.

Justin Robertazzi

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Actor & Singer

Justin Robertazzi is a NJ-based theater actor and performer. He has appeared in such productions as LaBoheme on Broadway, Amahl and the Night Visitors, Amazing Amadeus Mozart, and Tony Bennett with Kids America. He pursued a BFA in Musical Theater from Montclair State University.

Pauline Parkhurst

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Actor & Singer

Pauline received a BFA in Musical Theatre from Western Illinois University and has since performed globally aboard the Oceania Nautica and Regatta. She has appeared in Kate Hamill’s Sense and Sensibility, Thoroughly Modern Millie, as Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins.

Nicholas J. Reese

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Actor & Singer

Nicholas J. Reese is a NYC-based performer from Wichita, Kansas. He has appeared in Thrill Me at the Little Red Light Theatre in NYC. Nicholas has also performed regionally with Music Theatre Wichita, the Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre, and the Ozark Actors Theatre.

Diane W. Carter

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Singer

Diane is an R&B/soul singer from Cleveland, Ohio. With her soulful sound and vast vocal range, she has performed with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Rick James, Barry White, Natalie Cole, and with Ray Charles as a “Raylette.”

Marcos Loya

appearing exclusively on the West Coast Edition

Composer and Musician

LA native Marcos Loya is a master of many instruments. His work has appeared in films and theatrical productions, and he has performed alongside Plácido Domingo and Madonna—playing her love interest in the 1987 music video, “La Isla Bonita.”

Tzu Chi Midwest Sign Language Performers

appearing exclusively on the East Coast Edition

Using Buddhist mudras, or symbolic hand gestures, Tzu Chi’s Sign Language Arts hold a distinct place in Tzu Chi’s culture. They artistically share Buddhist teachings through elegant and graceful movements, spreading the Dharma with refinement and beauty.

Tzu Chi USA Headquarters Sign Language Performers

appearing exclusively on the West Coast Edition

Using Buddhist mudras, or symbolic hand gestures, Tzu Chi’s Sign Language Arts hold a distinct place in Tzu Chi’s culture. They artistically share Buddhist teachings through elegant and graceful movements, spreading the Dharma with refinement and beauty.

Inland Tzu Shao Youth Group Orchestra

appearing exclusively on the West Coast Edition

Musical Group

Composed of high school and middle school students, this Youth Orchestra shares a love for music as well as community service. In their spare time, they visit nursing homes and perform at events by Tzu Chi USA, hoping to share the positive wishes of young people.

Tzu Chi USA Headquarters Choir

appearing exclusively on the West Coast Edition

Musical Group

Our in-house choir consists of nearly 20 Tzu Chi volunteers and 10 Tzu Shao volunteers, or members of Tzu Chi’s youth association. “Unwavering Compassion,” the 2021 Tzu Chi USA Headquarters Charity Concert, marked their on-stage debut.

SPONSORS AND DONORS

CONTRIBUTOR & COMMENTS

Thank you, donors and supporters, for your immeasurable help!

The most up to date 100 contributors and comments will be shown every 5 minutes.

WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP

Long-Term COVID-19 Recovery

We’re helping underserved communities through the pandemic by distributing fresh, quality groceries, care packages, electronic devices and school supplies, and more. We’re also safeguarding public health by providing PPE and hosting COVID-19 vaccination events.

Relief through Northwest Wildfires

We’re bringing emergency financial aid and emotional comfort to those whose homes have been burned down by wildfires in the American Northwest.

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Aid after Hurricane/Tropical Storm Ida

We’re giving rattled residents a shoulder to lean on with emergency financial aid after floods, winds, and power outages from Ida.

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Haiti Earthquake Recovery

We’re helping earthquake-stricken families in remote, hard-to-reach areas get by with packages of food that can feed a family of up to 8 people for up to a month.

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Mark your calendars and get ready to give!

Giving Tuesday is a global day of generosity. This year, make a donation to Tzu Chi USA and see your contribution matched, dollar-for-dollar!

Connect With Us

T: +1 (909) 447.7799

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Tzu Chi USA will receive the proceeds from your tax deductible donation.

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