Happy Earth Day from Ghana, West Africa! My name is Michael Starkey. I am an amphibian biologist and am the Chairman of the SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee. For the past three years I have been working directly with SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger, and helping to spread SAVE THE FROGS! message of amphibian conservation and grow our worldwide network of supporters. Today is not only Earth Day, it is also my 26th birthday! I’m asking my friends, family, and SAVE THE FROGS! supporters for a very special gift:
I am currently in Ghana educating kids, undergraduates and tribal leaders about the importance of protecting Ghana’s frogs, which are are under serious threat from habitat destruction, pesticides and over-harvesting for the frogmeat trade. Please help turn my dream of saving Ghana’s frogs into a reality by donating today!
Please make your tax-deductible contribution here:
Since 2011, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has been working diligently to protect the country’s rainforests and endangered frogs. They have gotten so much done, and that’s all been made possible through the financial support of frog lovers like you. Ghana’s frogs need our help, and our friends in Ghana are hard at work, but seriously underfunded. With your assistance we will be able to give more educational presentations, print more frog educational materials for students, slow the frogmeat trade, and raise national awareness for the need to create the Atewa Hills National Park. We can grow Ghana’s network of students, academics and biologists interested in amphibian conservation efforts with your help. You can learn about our current efforts in Ghana on the SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana webpage.
As I am turning 26, please consider giving the gift of $26 to benefit my cause. Anything is greatly appreciated , even $260! We at SAVE THE FROGS! are working endlessly to bring greater consciousness to the effects we humans have on the planet, and inspire people to protect it! If you donate $26 or higher we will be sure to list your name on the SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana webpage. Thank you!
Donate here and help me reach my goal of raising $2,600 to fund our amphibian conservation efforts in Ghana, West Africa.
SAVE THE FROGS! SAVE THE WORLD!