Tzu Ching, or "compassionate youth", abide by the Tzu Chi spirit and principles to carry out the four Tzu Chi missions on campus.
Tzu Ching means “youths with compassion and joyous giving”, who abide by the Tzu Chi spirit and principles to extend and carry out Tzu Chi missions on campus. The members of this Group are called the “compassionate youth”, or in Chinese, Tzu Ching (TC). We proudly stand as the TC chapter at the University of Maryland, College Park!
A few of our Tzu Chings spent Labor Day Weekend tabling for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Although we live far from the site of the storm, we remember that we are part of a much larger community and we must think globally and act locally. Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the disaster. Thank you to our volunteers for fundraising this weekend!
If you did not get a chance to stop by or would like to contribute more to the cause, you can still send a venmo payment to @UMDTzuChing -- please make sure you include "Hurricane Harvey" somewhere in the description. Additionally, you can text "HarveyRecovery" to 91999, or donate online at www.tzuchi.us too. Thank you all again!
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UMD Tzu Chings spent Labor Day weekend fundraising for all those affected by Hurricane Harvey — one of the worst disasters the southern United States has ever seen. We spent an afternoon giving out Thai Tea and snacks, while spreading awareness of the hurricane to students on campus. All proceeds from our fundraiser will directly go towards relief efforts and providing families with food, beds, first-aid kits, and financial assistance.
Even though we are far away from Texas, it is our responsibility to help out those in need and those affected by natural disasters. Our hearts go out to all of the victims of the storm, and we will continue to help out in any way we can. Thank you to everyone who stopped by, and for all of our wonderful volunteers who spent the afternoon fundraising!
Thank you to everyone who stopped by today at our Hurricane Harvey Thai Tea Fundraiser. We were able to raise $300 that will go towards hurricane relief efforts. But, we are not done yet! If you did not get a chance to stop by or would like to contribute more to the cause, you can still send a venmo payment to @UMDTzuChing -- please make sure you include "Hurricane Harvey" somewhere in the description. Additionally, you can text "HarveyRecovery" to 91999, or donate online at www.tzuchi.us too. Thank you all again!
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Come stop by North Campus Diner from 11AM to 3PM this Sunday, September 3rd and join us as we raise awareness for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
We will be accepting donations and all of the money will go towards the Tzu Chi disaster relief effort. Regardless of whether you donate or not, you can still receive FREE thai tea!
Payments can be made with cash and Venmo (@UMDTzuChing, mention Harvey Relief in the memo). If you can't stop by in person, you can still show your support by donating through Venmo! Please come support those affected ❤️
Thank you everyone for coming to our 2017 Welcome Back GBM! It was great seeing all the old and new faces. Have a great Labor Day weekend!
UMD Tzu Ching :)
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Thank you to everyone who attended our Welcome Back GBM! We hope everyone -- old and new -- enjoyed learning about Tzu Chi, hearing about UMDTC service initiatives, and spending time with your favorite Tzu Chings!
Thank you all for coming to our last GBM of the year and farewell to our seniors--best of luck to you all!
Thank you to everyone who came to our final GBM last Friday! In case you missed it, here is our recap video for the 2016-2017 school year. We would also like to thank everyone who made this past year possible -- UMD Tzu Ching would not be anything without you all.
youtube.com Thank you all for a wonderful year of service, community, and fun. Here is a snapshot of some of the things we did this past year!
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