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A six-year-old proves that it’s never too early to support SAVE THE FROGS!

Even at six, fantastic frog-fan Mirah Lutsky is determined to show her support for our amphibian friends. So SAVE THE FROGS! was delighted to hear recently from Mirah and welcome her kind donation. She told us how concerned she was about the protection of frogs and her wish “to be sure that frogs are protected, and their habitat is kept healthy and safe”.
 
But Mirah is not the only family member with a desire to help organizations like SAVE THE FROGS! that work hard to protect our environment.
 

“Both Mirah, and her twin brother Spencer, are enthusiastic about their efforts — small though they are — to support causes that they believe are important,” explains her grandmother Nancy Kirsh. “My hope is that this process will encourage in them a lifetime of charitable giving. Mirah and her brother keep a careful record of the organizations to which they donate and read through their notebooks regularly."

SAVE THE FROGS! is happy to welcome Mirah and her family’s support. We look forward to keeping in touch. Thanks to their help, the future is looking brighter for frogs and other amphibians.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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