While research into Master Yin Shun's philosophy of Humanistic Buddhism has become a very popular endeavor within contemporary Chinese society, the achievements of the Tzu Chi Foundation have likewise attracted broader attention. The main purpose of this paper is to establish how the thought of Master Yin Shun could encourage the growth and the development of Buddhist organizations such as Tzu Chi.Besides the introduction and conclusion, this article is mainly divided into four parts. First, it explores the emergence of the Yin Shun School and its significance. Second, it probes into the ideological continuity but distinct Buddhist approaches between Yin Shun School and Tzu Chi Sect. Master Yin Shun is closely associated with Tzu Chi Sect with his exhortation inspiring the founder Master Cheng Yen- ”for Buddhism and for all living beings.” This proposition is a core concept of Mahayana Buddhism and those on the bodhisattva path must not disregard. In this paper, it also signifies that both Yin Shun School and Tzu Chi Sect are rooted in the same spiritual lineage and abide by the spirit of Mahayana Buddhism on the path of the Bodhisattva, yet each takes a different approach to Buddhism. Third, this paper lists five inspirations the Tzu Chi Foundation might gain from Master Yin Shun's thought with regards to their development: 1. cultivating a comprehensive look at causes behind the rise and fall of Buddhism in history; 2. Attributing greater importance to the study and practice of Buddhism as an integral whole; 3. depending on Dharma for proper guidance; 4. preserving and promoting the authentic Buddhist teachings; 5. attaching importance to Buddhist theology. To conclude, this article expresses the hope that Master Yin Shun's ideal of Humanistic Buddhism' will be instrumental in the further development of the Tzu Chi Sect and thereby better the prospects of Chinese Buddhism.