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Translated by Diana ChangEdited by Natasha Palance Tzu Chi’s Las Vegas medical outreach has made great advancements in its provision of services since launching
Following our 2019 TIMA Global Forum, Tzu Chi volunteers embarked on another journey to deliver two brand new Vision Mobile units to New York City.
September 29, 2019, was a special day for the Las Vegas Tzu Chi Service Center for several reasons. Not only was it a day for dental outreach at the Salvation Army to benefit the homeless community in Las Vegas, but it was also the first-ever vision outreach to be conducted in Las Vegas by Tzu Chi.
Hope For Home is a year-round service center for homeless individuals which was founded by Volunteers of America Los Angeles (VOALA). Hope For Home opened their doors last year in Pomona, California, and they now provide shelter for over 100 people.
Having good vision means convenience; it’s also a good start for job seeking. Tzu Chi DaAi Vision Mobile arrived at Downtown Women’s Center, LA, bringing better vision and a spectacular world to women who live on the street.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVsvXBeyGM0 According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 11 million Americans 12 years of age and older could improve their
Described as an “All-in-One” approach, Tzu Chi’s current solutions to the global crises we face include: Ethical Mind through volunteerism; Ethical Living through recycling; and Ethical Eating through a vegetarian or vegan diet.
Photo by: Dennis Lee Author: Jenny SunTranslator: Pen-Chi LiuEditor: Dilber Shatursun When Steven Voon, Executive Vice President of the Buddhist Tzu Chi Medical Foundation,