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Our 2014 Statement of Purpose
Our 2012 accomplishments
Our 2011 accomplishments
Our 2010 accomplishments
Our 2009 accomplishments
Our current projects
Our Financial Information
Founded in May 2008, SAVE THE FROGS! is America's first and only public charity dedicated exclusively to amphibian conservation. Our mission is to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. Our vision is a world in which not a single amphibian species is threatened with extinction. With your involvement and your financial support, we are 100% positive we can SAVE THE FROGS! Please help us protect amphibian populations by placing a tax-deductible donation to SAVE THE FROGS! today: we do not receive government funding...our success depends on you!
"What a fantastic organization! Invaluable work to protect amphibians and their habitats, thus protecting other species inhabiting the same habitats."
-- Ursula Hakman, Ireland
Thanks to your support, we are extremely confident that this will be our most successful year yet. This year we have an array of educational and advocacy programs, including:
-- Educating the public about frogs at the SAVE THE FROGS! Education Center.
-- Building Wetlands for Widlife across California.
-- Stopping the draining of the Sharp Park Wetlands.
-- Stopping the annual importation into California of nearly three million non-native American Bullfrogs, which eat our native frogs and spread diseases.
-- Spreading our frog conservation programs across Ghana, Bangladesh, Belize, Mexico and Colombia.
-- Educating student, teachers, government officials and private citizens via live presentations: SAVE THE FROGS! Executive Director Dr. Kerry Kriger and SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey speak to thousands of students every year about amphibian conservation. These lectures take place at universities, schools, businesses, commun
ity groups, national parks and at other nonprofits including the San Francisco Zoo, California Academy of Sciences the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Generally speaking, we will permeate schools and society at large with amphibian education, and drastically increase the number of people that not only care about but also take action to protect frogs.
Thank you again for your financial support, which makes all this possible!
"Nonprofits are what make our country livable".
-- Sienne Hayes