Covid-19 Community Caring Drive Featured Press Release

Master Lian Tzi, President of Lotus Light Charity Society Calls for Public Supports in Pandemic Relief

As the Covid-19 pandemic worsens each day, I, the president of the Lotus Light Charity Society (Vancouver), am calling upon volunteers and supporters to expand our response to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

We are asking public citizens to provide help in any way they can to help one another get through these dark times. If you need any assistance, please let the LLCS know as well.

We will continue assisting residents of the Downtown Eastside (DTES) neighbourhood, however, because of the Covid-19 pandemic, we will also focus on providing aid to metro Vancouver residents impacted by the pandemic. 

In the last two weeks, the LLCS has provided 10,000+ lbs of food weekly to affected families and individuals in the Metro Vancouver area. We hope to keep the momentum going with everyone’s support. 

The LLCS is currently accepting public donations for the following items: non-perishable food items (canned food, rice, and pasta), personal hygiene items, baby formula and care items, cleaning supplies, and personal protection equipment (PPE) items to support affected families and our volunteer team. 

I would like to express my sincere thanks to our volunteers and supporters and wish everyone the best. 

Vajra Master Lian Tzi (Bio)

In 1990, Master Lian Tzi took refuge under Grandmaster Lu, the Living Buddha Lian Sheng, founder of the True Buddha School. From 1993 to 2007, Master Tzi was the president of the International Lotus Light Charity Society, with 91 branches currently active around the world. Since 2008, Master Tzi has been the president of the Vancouver chapter of the LLCS.

In April 2017, Master Lian Tzi was awarded the BC Community Achievement Award; she is the first Tantrayana Master to receive this honour. 

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