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Save The Frogs Day: April 25th, 2015

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Awards In A Name Of Your Choice

Amphibian Conservation Awards in your name

Donate $1,000 and you may be entitled to have a SAVE THE FROGS! Amphibian Conservation Award created in the name of your choice1. For instance, if your friend Mary Jenkins loves frogs, or if you are a member of the Wildlife Society of Arkansas, we could create an award named the Mary Jenkins Award for Amphibian Conservation, or the Wildlife Society of Arkansas Award for Amphibian Conservation. This is a fabulous way to commemorate a friend or loved one, or to improve your business or organization's environmental image.

Awards are disbursed to talented undergraduate, Masters, and/or Ph.D. researchers to assist in important amphibian conservation projects worldwide, as detailed on our Awards page. You can learn about naming restrictions here.

Donate $1000 to support valuable scientific research:


Naming Restrictions

Please note the following restrictions, and contact us if you have questions:

1Awards will be disbursed to talent applicants who are chosen by members of the SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee or Board of Directors. SAVE THE FROGS! reserves the right to reject suggested names that we find offensive or inconsistent with our mission, and reserves the right to decide on the precise wording of the Award name. Awards will be created in the amount of 75% of your donation, with the remainder devoted to non-award related amphibian conservation projects, and towards covering (1) administrative fees related to reviewing Award applications, and (2) financial transaction fees, both of which we attempt to keep as low as possible.