The Genesis of our Mission
Take an Adventure Trip with a Purpose. Given the shared history of Panama and the United States, it is not
surprising that Panama remains one of the most popular destinations for North
American travelers to Central America. Historically, Panama City, its historical
areas and the Canal Zone have been the primary attractions for travelers.
However, with the turnover of the Canal and the withdrawal of the United States
military on December 31, 1999, a truly independent Panama has become a premier
destination for vacationers. Panama's history, rich cultural heritage, modern
infrastructure, excellent health conditions, favorable climate and unsurpassed
natural beauty make Panama a favorite destination for even the most experienced
Against this background, developers seeking to establish facilities for travelers near Red Frog Beach on Isla Bastimentos, came to realize that they had an obligation to the people throughout the province of Bocas del Toro to ensure that this history, heritage, natural environment and stunning beauty of Panama is maintained and preserved. To this end, the Red Frog Foundation was established on September 21, 2006.
The Board of Trustees of the Red Frog Foundation are committed to help make Bocas del Toro a better place for those that live and visit there.
The mission of the Red Frog Foundation is to develop and complete community projects that promote self-help, environmental protection, cultural preservation and sustainable improvements
The Red Frog Foundation supports all non-governmental organizations committed to help make Bocas del Toro a better place for those that live and visit there.
The Foundation, through its Board of Trustees, seeks to build upon its past projects, maintain its current projects and develop new initiatives that result in improvements in public education and health and maintain the environmental integrity that sustains the unparalleled natural beauty of Bocas del Toro.
September 2017: The Red Frog Foundation will host a fund-raising event during the week of September 24, 2017. Details to follow.
Donations are gratefully accepted and may be tax deductible pursuant to Section 501(3)(c) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Board of Trustees consists of unpaid volunteers with backgrounds in business, engineering, farming, government, marketing and finance.
For general information, please contact Bob Tiedeman, Marketing and Communications.