About Friends of Malaysia

How to apply for a FoM Small grant

From contributions by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers, FRIENDS OF MALAYSIA (FoM) awards two or three grants (usually around US$500) per year to Malaysian NGOs (or non-profit organizations) that promote the public good, particularly in the fields of health, education, social welfare, and the environment. Malaysian nonprofits can apply for a grant by completing this APPLICATION FORM. After completing the form, download it to your device and send it as attachment in an email to FoM Vice President Thaine A. Allison thaineallison@friendsofmalaysia.com.  Applications are reviewed by the FoM Board of Directors, and decisions will be made within six months after submission. See the list of Friends of Malaysia of prior awards.

Objectives of Friends of Malaysia

Friends of Malaysia: History and Documents

Current Officers and Board of Directors

President, position vacant

Thaine Allison Jr, VP/Programs, Bandau/Kudat, Sabah, 1962-64: thaineallison@friendsofmalysia.net

Paul Murphy, Treasurer/Membership, Johor Bahru, Johor, 1971-73: paulmurphy@friendsofmalaysia.net

Ruth (Mueller) Zwirner, Secretary, Kuching, Sarawak, 1969-71

Frank Catania, Bentong, Pahang, 1970-73: frankcatania@friendsofmalaysia.net

Nancy Gallant, Debak, Sarawak, 1969-71, Newsletter Editor

Marjorie Harrison, Selangor, 1974-76

Charles Hirschman, Baling, Kedah.1965-67: charleshirschman@friendsofmalaysia.net

Lynn Juhl, Kroh, Perak, 1967-69

Don Lovett, KL & Puchong/Serdang, Selangor, 1978-82: donaldlovett@friendsofmalaysia.net 

Karen Flolid McClay, Sarawak, 1965-68

Michael Saba, Seremban, Negri Sembilan, 1965-68

Ken Shuey, Kanowit, Sarawak, 1963-65

Paul Thompson, Sabah, 1970-73

Rodman Zwirner, Sarawak, 1964-67, Staff 1969-71