SAVE THE FROGS! Awards for Amphibian Conservation

SAVE THE FROGS! disburses awards & grants to highly-qualified undergraduates, graduate (Masters, Ph.D.) researchers and students working to conserve amphibian populations in their community. These awards will fund important amphibian conservation work, and will provide young scientists incentive to pursue careers in environmental conservation. If you are interested in applying for an award, we strongly suggest you join the SAVE THE FROGS! mailing list so that we can keep you posted when awards are announced.

Since 2009 SAVE THE FROGS! has sent $79,202 in awards to dedicated conservationists in 15 countries:

Australia: $500
Bangladesh: $6,930
Brazil: $200
Colombia: $1,600
Estonia: 250
Ghana: $52,739
India: $3,380
Liberia: $200
Madagascar: $200
Mexico: $3,760
Nepal    $3,900
Nigeria: $250
Paraguay: $500
Tanzania: $593
USA: $4,200

These awards are funded by members of the public who share our love of amphibians and our desire to protect them and empower the world's amphibian conservationists. The government does not provide SAVE THE FROGS! with any monetary assistance and thus we depend on you! Our goal is to provide as many of these awards as possible, as each award contributes significantly to amphibian conservation. Thank you for your generous support.
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“I want you to know that I admire and am so impressed with your energy, determination, your goals, and your devotion to these wonderful creatures who have not had the spotlight shown on then until you came along!  I am very impressed that you were able to learn Portuguese so quickly,  and speak to the University students for an hour in their language! I read all of your e-mails.”

Diane K., Wheaton, IL

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