An additional $500 to "Naz/Kids" for the continuation of the mask-making program.
$1000 to the "National Cancer Society of Malaysia" for housing for people who traveled to Kuala Lumpur for outpatient cancer treatments.
$500 to the "Museum of the Peace Corps Experience" support the museum to highlight, through artifacts, the culture of host nations and the experience and impact on Peace Corps Volunteers.
$500 to "Reef Check – Malaysia" to provide 3 water purifiers on a Malaysian island to reduce plastic bottle trash that was ending up in the nearby ocean reef.
$500 to "Naz/Kids" to support a program for unemployed women to make Covid-19 masks for low-income Malaysians.
$500 to "Malaysia Nature Society" for a raptor counting project.
$750 to "Hip Hop Dance Project" to teach English through dance.
$1,000 to "Light Up Borneo" to support a hydroelectric generator to provide electricity for an isolated jungle village.
$300 to "The Borneo Project" to support projects to assist indigenous peoples
$500 to "National Cancer Society of Malaysia" for children's cancer project
$750 to Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (Jolene Hernandez) to support program to teach English through dance.
$300 to "Women's Aid Organization" to provide refuge for abused women.
$250 to "Global Robotics Olympics" for a reception for Malaysians secondary school students and teachers who traveled to Washington, DC to compete.
$300 to Tenaganita for assistance to refugees to Malaysia
$200 to support production of "A Towering Task," a documentary film on history of Peace Corps
$500 to Worldwide Fund for Nature (Malaysia) for planning for ecotourism in Malaysia
$100 to "Jamerson Memorial Library" to support a book analyzing Malaysia in memory of Barry Morris, FoM president
$840 to Malaysian Red Crescent Society to support east coast flood relief (see press release)
$250 to Fulbright English Teaching Assistant to fund project using drama to teach English.
$200 to "Global Diversity Foundation" to support Ulu Papar Bio-Cultural Foundation.
$200 to "Malaysia American Foundation" to support educational and cultural exchange.
Breast Cancer Welfare Association of Malaysia (East Malaysia) $4,545 for training equipment, tuition and travel expenses for two nurses and to assist with expenses to organize a Pink Charity Run.
The Borneo Project (Sarawak) Purchased a small hydroelectric generator for a longhouse. $3,000
National Cancer Society of West Malaysia. Provided free breast screening procedures to 29 low-income women. $1,300
Kadazan School - Purchased a computer for a rural Kadazan school (Sabah). $1,000
Hemodialysis Association of Klang (Selangor). Assist with the purchase of equipment. $500
World Wise Schools (USA). Assist with the program to provide information about world culture to American school children. $500
Sending Aloha Abroad (USA). Assist with the funding of a documentary film about the first Peace Corps Volunteers who went on to serve in Malaysia after training in Hawaii. $305
National Peace Corps Association (USA). Assist with the upgrade expenses of NPCA membership software. $300
Hospice Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur). Assist with palliative care training. $278
Heritage Foundation (Kuala Lumpur). Assist with the building of an example of a headman's house. $250
Doctors Without Borders (Haiti). Assist with earthquake efforts. $250
The Borneo Project (Sarawak). Assist with the cost of providing legal aid to indigenous people of East Malaysia. $250
The Borneo Project (East Malaysia). Purchased children's books written in the Penan language. $250
Humana Child Aid Society (Sabah). Assist with the operational cost of a school for the children of guestworkers. $150