Friends of Liberia

Friends of Liberia is a 501C3 non-profit organization, based in Washington, D.C., whose members live throughout the United States and in several foreign countries. Anyone who donates to support the organization and shares the following mission, vision and values is a member.

Friends of Liberia’s Core Programs

Small Grants

FOL is proud of its small grants program. Find out more.


FOL is dedicated to literacy and education in general. Find out more.


FOL is dedicated to supporting health for all Liberians. Find out more.

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News from Friends of Liberia

Photo Contest For Peace Corps Liberia Office

Want to show incoming Peace Corps volunteers what Liberia looked like when you served?

Kevin Fleming, Country Director for Peace Corps Liberia, is asking all FOL members to submit photos to help decorate the new Peace Corps Liberia office in Monrovia.

Send your high-resolution photo submissions to Alfreda Stephens by May 22 to be considered.


After 24 Years, Liberian News Service Ends

Farewell & Thanks

Below is FOL’s announcement of the last issue of the FRIENDS OF LIBERIA NEWS DISPATCH. As head of the Indiana University Liberian Collections, I strongly thank FOL for their support and for giving us the opportunity to distribute this Liberian news weekly. We also thank the many subscribers on both sides of the Atlantic […]

First Pair of Post-Ebola Grants Awarded

On behalf of the Post Ebola Committee, I am pleased to inform our members that we have approved of funding two projects thus far.

Winifred J Harley College of Health Sciences, United Methodist University, Ganta
Project Director: G. Clinton Zeantoe, Associate Dean
Amount Requested: $2,156.00.
Amount Funded: $2,156.00

Installation of a hand pump at the […]

FOL Reaches $100k Goal!


Dear Members of the Friends of Liberia, the Liberian Studies Association, the Liberian diaspora and all others interested in Liberia and its well- being,

Thanks to your incredible generosity, and three ambitious fundraising events, we have passed our Ebola Relief Goal of $100,000. We think that St. Martin’s Episcopal School in […]