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.
Some of the Red Frog Foundation's past efforts include:
Collaborated with "Operation Safe Drinking Water" to purchase and install a fresh water catchment system for the indigenous village at Bahia Roja.
Installed a new water system at one of the elementary schools on the Island of Colon.
Provided a volunteer who assisted The Floating Doctors at their First Aid Clinic. This clinic provided rudimentary physical exams, OTC medical supplies and basic hygiene instruction to the local population as well as an indigenous village on main land.
Donated lumber for the reconstruction of Bahia Roja village after a devastating fire ravaged the village.
Donated medical supplies to Asilo, the Home for the Aged and the clinic in Bocas town.
Donated backpacks and school supplies to the Bastimentos School and indigenous schools at Bahia Roja and Bahia Honda.
Donated and installed six personal computers in the library in Bocas Town.
Some of the Red Frog Foundation's current efforts include:
Worked with "Unidos por Bocas" purchase and installed trash containers throughout Bocas Town as part of a wide-ranging trash collection effort.
Worked with the Red Frog Beach Resort to purchase and donate sports jerseys to the Basti Town soccer and volleyball teams.
Donated materials and supplies to construct a roof over the boardwalk connecting the "Main Street" in Basti Town to the Students' Study Center.
The Foundation actively supports the "Pack with a Purpose" program by providing backpacks filled with school supplies and other educational materials to school children and their teachers throughout the province.
The Foundation will shortly institute an Intern Program seeking individuals, between the ages of eighteen and twenty-six, willing to spend four to six weeks "on the ground" in Bocas del Toro to support its various projects and to further its mission goals. Individuals pursuing studies in the environmental sciences, anthropology, education and health would be ideally suited. Please sign up for our newsletter to stay abreast of how you might take advantage of this exciting opportunity.
Future goals of the Foundation include, but are not limited to sustaining the cultural integrity of indigenous populations throughout the province while identifying needs and projects specific to Bastimentos, Bocas and the general region of Bocas Del Toro so as to provide sustainable improvements.