The following organizations are Partners of the Amphibian Survival Alliance and work with us to strengthen amphibian conservation efforts around the world.

Full Partners

ASA Full Partners are organizations that have committed financial or in-kind resources to further the efforts of the Alliance. They represent the ASA in their own territory or at a global level and are key implementing bodies for the ASA’s Strategy.

Strategic Partners

ASA Strategic Partners provide a range of services to the Alliance and our members in order to help us achieve our goals and objectives. Many of our corporate sponsors come on at this level as it enables them to have a direct impact on amphibian conservation without being involved in the direct running of the alliance. Other strategic partners include alliances and partnerships that collaborate with the ASA through a formal partnership to enable a great, more strategic, conservation impact.

Associate Partners

ASA Associate Partners are organizations implementing conservation projects that have a positive impact on amphibian species in the wild. They work closely with the Alliance secretariat and other Alliance Partners towards our shared mission through a formal partnership. Many Associate Partners work towards becoming Full Partners in order to scale up their impact on amphibian conservation efforts around the world.

Join the Alliance

If your organization or institution is interested in joining the Amphibian Survival Alliance please complete this short form. Our Director of Communications and Partnerships, Candace M. Hansen-Hendrikx will contact you to begin the conversation.

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As an ASA partner you will not only demonstrate your dedication to stopping this severe extinction crisis, but also provide the much needed support to drive this initiative forward and on to success.

Your support will demonstrate that inaction and indifference to this crisis are unacceptable and that we must work together to restore populations of all threatened native amphibian species within natural ecosystems worldwide.