- Written by Michael Starkey Michael Starkey
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- Created: 06 December 2016 06 December 2016
Frogs are disappearing worldwide, and you can help save them! SAVE THE FROGS! is accepting donations of iPhones and cameras. iPhones enable us to better communicate with our staff, volunteers and partners around the world. Cameras help our staff and volunteers capture memorable photos of amphibians and SAVE THE FROGS! events so as to inspire others to care about and protect amphibians. If you have a gently used iPhone or point and shoot camera that you can donate to SAVE THE FROGS!, we would really appreciate it!
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Please fill out this form so that we can get your donation to SAVE THE FROGS! started as soon as possible. Please contact us if you have any questions. SAVE THE FROGS! is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) public charity, donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Thank you for your support!
Thanks for donating your gently used iPhone or point and shoot camera!
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