Why Mongolia

Why Mongolia

Mongolia is an awe-inspiring country at a crucial stage of its development. We were founded by Peace Corps Volunteers who wanted to stay connected to Mongolia and knew first-hand the country’s most pressing needs.

Today, we operate educational, community grant, and community outreach programs in Mongolia and the U.S. in support of our goals to promote community development and cultural exchange.

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Stay Connected

Stay Connected

Whether you want to maintain established ties or you are just beginning to get to know the amazing country of Mongolia, Friends of Mongolia and our Membership Program will help you stay connected and make a difference.

Through our work, we create a network, a news source, and a gathering space for people who have a connection with, an interest in, or a passion for the country of Mongolia.

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Your donation will go directly towards helping people living in Mongolia, and you will have a positive impact on Mongolia’s sustainable development.

The money we raise goes to programs that will improve the future of Mongolia, and your contribution will change people’s lives, especially those who are most vulnerable. We help our donors and members reach to out across the globe and keep Mongolia close to their hearts.

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The Latest From Friends of Mongolia

Friends of Mongolia 20th Anniversary Gala/МОНГОЛЫН АНДУУД

Please Join Friends of Mongolia as we celebrate our 20th Anniversary on Thursday, June 20th at 5:30 in the Evening! The 20th Anniversary Gala reception features heavy Hors d'oeuvre, cash bar and silent auction. You can simply buy tickets to RSVP and attend the event, or donate to Sponsor the event! (Sponsorship will receive special recognition at the event) УРИЛГА: МОНГОЛЫН АНДУУД Mанай байгууллагын 20 жилийн ойн арга хэмжээнд хүрэлцэн ирэхийг урьж байна! АРГА ХЭМЖЭЭ ... Read More

Tsagaan Sar celebrations in Seattle and D.C.

In late February 2019, over 40 people gathered at a home in Seattle to celebrate Tsagaan Sar. The organizers of the event were two Mongolian students from the University of Washington. The event included a spread of Mongolian buuz (traditional-style meat dumplings) and a variety of unique, homemade dairy products. Later in the evening, the two organizers did a short presentation on the Mongolian traditions and customs of Lunar New Year.

This event was sponsored ...

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