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You can help SAVE THE FROGS! win $20,000...we're only 200 votes out of first place!

Dear SAVE THE FROGS! Supporter,

SAVE THE FROGS! is currently in 2nd place in the Envirokidz contest that would win us $20,000 for our Save The Frogs Day efforts! You can vote daily through Dec 15th. Please vote and spread the word, thanks!!! Note that you need a Facebook account to vote and you cannot vote through a mobile phone.


Save The Frogs Day is extremely popular with schools, and this EnviroKidz grant will enable SAVE THE FROGS to provide Save The Frogs Day event packets to 100 participating schools and environmental groups in Canada, the USA and Mexico. Priority will be given to schools and groups that have held events in past years and demonstrated their competence and dedication towards amphibian conservation. The award would also help us to coordinate and promote the event so that it gets the maximum publicity and participation. Thanks for helping by voting! www.savethefrogs.com/vote

save the frogs day 2013


2012 SAVE THE FROGS! Poetry Contest Winners

The 2012 SAVE THE FROGS! Poetry Contest received 1,216 entries from 43 countries: Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brasil, Canada, China, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Venezuela. Congratulations to the winners! Thanks to all this year's poets for helping to get the word out!

Congratulations to Caitlin Lambert, Age 14, of Waxhaw, North Carolina, Grand Prize Winner of the 2012 SAVE THE FROGS! Poetry Contest, for her poem "Goodbye". Congratulations to Madeline O'Connor, Age 13, of Westerly, Rhode Island, for her poem "Frog Memory". Congratulations to Diana Woodcock of Doha, Qatar, winner of the 18+ age group, for her poem "Tiny Everglades Frogs". The Raffles Institution in Singapore had EIGHT students make it to the final round! This means their students fared eleven times better than would have been expected by chance! Thanks to Frog Poetry Judges Sienne Hayes, Lindsay King and Nicola Biasi.

Read the winning poems here!

Frog Art by Savannah Moore, 18 www.savethefrogs.com/atrazine


Are you interested in serving on the Board?

SAVE THE FROGS! is currently seeking board members to assist with our worldwide amphibian conservation efforts. If you feel you have expertise that would contribute to our Board, please email us your resume and include your responses to the following questions:

(1) What do you see as being your main role within Save The Frogs? How would Save The Frogs benefit by having your active involvement?
(2) How many hours per month do you envision putting into Save The Frogs?
(3) Do you expect to be able to donate to or fundraise for Save The Frogs, and if so, to what extent? Please be as specific as possible.
(4) Are there any steps Save The Frogs should take in the near future to improve our organization and thereby further our mission?
Thanks for your interest!

Art by Natalie from Thailand, Age 10

Are you a lawyer?

SAVE THE FROGS! is recruiting lawyers for our Legal Advisory Committee. If you like frogs and could volunteer advice on occasion in the areas of nonprofit law, environmental law, constitutional law or corporate law, or if you have some other expertise that may be of interst to us, please let us know! Thanks!

Psychedelic Frog Art by Lindsey Prunsh


Scenes From india

Thanks to the Rahara Nibedita Art Centre in India for taking part in the SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest three years straight!
India frog art center

Nobody said saving the frogs would be easy:
India Frogs


The SAVE THE FROGS! Scholarship Fund

The SAVE THE FROGS! Scholarship Fund was created to fund awards to cover the tuition of talented environmental conservationists as they train at SAVE THE FROGS! Academy. Your tax-deductible contribution will help us increase the number of amphibian conservationists in the world. It will also yield tangible conservation results as each student's project accomplishes a result of value to the overall SAVE THE FROGS! movement. So the more scholarships we are able to award, the more frogs we will save! Students of all nationalities, ethnicities and backgrounds are eligible for the scholarships. To donate to the Scholarship Fund, simply donate and then email us asking us to direct your contribution to the fund. 
Learn all about the Scholarship Fund here.

Donate Frog

Seaside, CA frog lover who thanks you for donating to SAVE THE FROGS!


Thanks for your support!

Dr. Kerry Kriger
Save The Frogs Founder, Executive Director & Ecologist

Yosemite Toad photo courtesy Beth Pratt


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Frogs are the most threatened group of animals on the planet: nearly 2,000 of the world's amphibian species are threatened with extinction and at least 150 species have entirely disappeared since 1979. SAVE THE FROGS! is America's first and only public charity dedicated exclusively to amphibian conservation. Your generous financial support makes our work possible!
Please donate at www.savethefrogs.com/donate

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