FROG Website Fundraiser


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FROG is redesigning the website with the fundraising process in mind, and we need your help!

Great news! If you believe in FROG and our mission to help Guyanese communities, you can now DOUBLE your investment! A generous supporter has offered to match all of your donations. For every $1 you donate, we get $2! Please give what you can, whether it’s $10 or $100, and we will reach our goal in no time.

FROG is making a big change to how we approach funding community development projects, and to showcase our new efforts, we need to update our website.

We are asking for your help to raise $2,500 to help us make your user experience better by:

  • Making the site easier to use and navigate,
  • Having mobile access,
  • Simplifying the Donation and Swag purchase process, and
  • Updating the site look and feel

The new site will also feature our new funding approach – Direct Fund. Unlike our current Micro-Grant program, which has a $500 cap, Direct Fund allows our partner organizations to directly ask you, the donor, for part or all of the project funding. This means you will have the opportunity to pick which projects you like the most and make them a reality. Our vetting process for both Micro-Grant and Direct Fund projects are identical, but the funding process will be more flexible.

Help us update FROG and make us a more effective donor agency. To make a donation to the campaign, please click through here –

Thank you,

FROG Board

Scott was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Georgetown, Guyana from '03-'05 with the World Wildlife Fund. He helped to co-found FROG in 2007.


  1. Dorothy Dumontier
    August 28, 2014

    Please change the name of the group — FROG— When I was in Guyana in 1969-71, frogs were absolutely detested!!! Grown men could barely approach them. If a frog was sitting on our step after a rain or around school, only the bravest with a “weapon” would dispatch them!!!

    • Travis Weber
      September 6, 2014

      Thank you, Dorothy, for your feedback. We encourage community participation in FROG.

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