The SAVE THE FROGS! Promise is a guiding statement describing our values and ideals, as well as our commitments to the various groups who comprise the SAVE THE FROGS! Worldwide Community: our donors, staff, volunteers, ecotourists, supporters, students, and of course the amphibians.
Photo of Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica) by Lindsey Swierk. Submission to the 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Photo Contest.
The SAVE THE FROGS! Promise:
We will use your donations as efficiently as possible to protect amphibian populations and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife.
You will receive access to information and/or materials that will inspire and enable you to make a positive impact for amphibians in your part of the world; and through your volunteerism you will be a more capable, experienced and effective environmentalist.
We will give you an unforgettable, inspirational and educational travel experience.To Students:
We will teach you all we can about amphibian conservation and prepare you for success in your future environmental endeavors.
When you purchase SAVE THE FROGS! merchandise you will receive high quality, visually pleasing goods that you will enjoy wearing, using or displaying; and that help you spread the SAVE THE FROGS! message in a fun and effective manner.
We will provide you with tools, training and opportunities that enable you to provide valuable services to society and the planet, while receiving compensation on par with your abilities and contributions, in a respectful environment that fosters your professional growth and advancement.
To Our Amphibious Friends:
We will be the most effective organization on the planet dedicated to protecting and restoring your habitats; defending your rights; and advocating for your continued existence on the planet.
Photo submitted to the 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Photo Contest
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“I think the save the frogs promise is perfectly worded, the promise to amphibians made me tear up. Happy to be a part of the mission 🙂 “– Courtney Thompson, Ohio
“Love it! Especially the statement to our Amphibious Friends;) Keep Rockin it!”— Dawn Reis, Biologist
Photo of Rhinella yunga from Peru by Hiral Naik, submitted to the 2017 SAVE THE FROGS! Photo Contest