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Please tune in on Giving Tuesday, November 30 for a special encore screening of the concert!

We humbly invite you to a special, in-person “Unwavering Compassion: Tzu Chi USA HQ Annual Charity Concert” event* that celebrates the power of compassion in action through art and music!

Saturday Nov, 20
2 – 4pm 

Sunday Nov, 21
2 – 4pm

Tzu Chi USA Headquarters
Gratitude Hall
1100 S Valley Center Ave
San Dimas, CA 91773

*Due to the ongoing pandemic we are hosting the event with limited capacity.

As you enjoy one of our two programs, you’ll have the unique opportunity to contribute directly to our 2021 Giving Tuesday Matching Fund. This allows donations made by the public on Giving Tuesday (November 30) to be matched, dollar-for-dollar, thanks to your generosity.

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PERFORMERS

LaMigo

Musical Group

Formed in 2007, LaMigo has been playing hit songs and classics in English, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese, and Japanese across Southern California. Comprised of immigrants, band members come from professional backgrounds in accounting, engineering, and more, yet remain bonded by their love of music and spreading joy.

STC Performing Arts Dance Company

Established in 1994, STC Performing Arts shares the beauty and art of Asian culture through folk dance. Dancers are trained in a broad repertoire of styles that include Chinese classical dance, folk dance, the martial arts, ballet, modern, jazz, tap, and hip-hop. They have performed at Disneyland, in Taiwan, the Rose Parade, and at the LA International Travel and Adventure Show among others.

Marcos Loya

Composer and Musician

LA native Marcos Loya is a master of many instruments, including the requinto, a small stringed guitar. His work has appeared in films and theatrical productions and has performed among musical giants Plácido Domingo and Madonna, having famously appeared in her 1987 music video, “La Isla Bonita.”

Tzu Chi USA Headquarters Sign​ Language Performers

Using Buddhist mudras, or symbolic hand gestures, Tzu Chi’s Sign Language Arts hold a distinct place in Tzu Chi’s culture. Intended to artistically share Buddhist teachings through elegant and graceful movements, Tzu Chi sign language performances require weeks of practice so the Dharma may be spread with refinement and beauty.

Inland Tzu Shao Youth Group Orchestra

Musical Group

Led by Nathan Chun, the Inland Tzu Shao Youth Association Orchestra is composed of high school and middle school students with a love of music as well as community service. In their spare time, its young members visit nursing homes and perform at events by Tzu Chi USA, hoping to spread cheer and represent the positive wishes of young people.

Tzu Chi USA Headquarters Choir

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, marks their on-stage debut.

SPONSORS & DONORS

Premier Diamond

JACKSON YANG

 Gold 

BEN TSOU

BILLY LEE

CHRISTOPHER HIOE

IWAN HANDOJO

LINDA SUN

RANDY HO

SHU HUI LEE

STEPHEN DENG

SYLVIA WIHARDJO

TENSHANG JOH

TONNY LEE

劉芯蕾

劉逸碩

呂黃歛

喜瑞都三寶弟子

林宛靜

林正宗

柯淑梅

王靜芳

簡秀玲

葛舉賢

薛麗兒

郭張金

鄭功元

黃張金鳳

黃錦

黃陳粉

何麗卿

WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP

Our programs benefit communities working to overcome COVID-19, disaster, poverty, and food insecurity. Your generosity ensures these can continue, and it’s already made the following possible:

Long-Term COVID-19 Recovery

We’re striving to lessen the burden for families struggling economically through the pandemic – including through grocery, care package, and school supply distributions. We’ve also continued to provide PPE and joined the national vaccine effort, trying to safeguard public health as much as we can.

More details about COVID-19 relief efforts here

Northwest Wildfires

After dry conditions in the American northwest gave way to destructive wildfires, Tzu Chi volunteers brought emergency relief in the form of 555 cash cards (totaling $206,700), eco-blankets, and emotional support that’s benfitted 1,136 people. We also continued to support survivors of previous fires, like the 2018 Camp Fire in California, start their lives anew.

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Hurricane/Tropical Storm Ida

Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana in August and weakened into a tropical storm as it travelled northeast. Tzu Chi volunteers in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and Texas have brought emergency financial aid to 384 households (totaling $242,100 in relief), eco-blankets, and comfort to shaken and displaced residents.

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*Stats numbers from up to 2021 September

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More details about Hurricane Ida relief efforts here

Haiti Earthquake

After a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rattled southwestern Haiti in August, Tzu Chi USA formed a Haiti Earthquake Response Team. Beginning in September, they travelled to plan and host emergency distributions that would bring enough food to feed 5,000 families of up to six people for as much as four weeks. They’ll continue through the end of 2021.

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More details about Haiti Earthquake relief efforts here

Join us in supporting the work of Tzu Chi volunteers and let’s make our compassion count!

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