Amphibian Foundation launches a new membership program on Patreon

If you are interested in learning more about the AF Membership Progam on Patreon, read this article and click here.

We are excited to announce our new partnership with Patreon, a world renowned platform for connecting communities of people passionate about the same thing.

The Amphibian Foundation is using the platform to help create a safer world for amphibians. The global community of amphibian conservationists, enthusiasts, and supporters can join us on Patreon for a special experience, and Patreon allows us to connect with you all in a more direct and deeper way.

Membership with the Amphibian Foundation brings us much needed support for our conservation initiatives. Since starting in 2016, we have developed a model by which we could, in essence, support our conservation initiatives ourselves through engaging, dynamic, and inspirational programming for all ages. Programs such as Critter Camp and the Master Herpetologist Program have been a wildly successful part of our mission — raising awareness as well as financial support.

As a result of COVID-19, we are temporarily unable to offer these programs, and have been investigating ways to transition our programming to the digital world. It was also the perfect time to revisit our membership program, and one of our current members suggested we look into Patreon.

This platform is wonderful, and we look forward to connecting with our members in a new and deeper way. Patreon allows us to share with our close community detailed descriptions of our programs, behind the scenes footage and information, lessons on topics of interest, which are guided by member input. Membership can be as interactive as you want it to be —

Membership in the Amphibian Foundation on Patreon is organized by tiers, and each tier supports a different facet of the Foundation's mission: Captive care of endangered species, Habitat monitoring and restoration, Scholarships and Internships for training the next generation of conservationists.

Please visit our new membership page, and support us at a tier that works for you.


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