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FAQsAll you need to know

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#What do the Red Frogs actually do?

Red Frogs is a support program that exists to serve and safeguard young people. Today’s youth live in a culture dominated by alcohol, drugs, social media and other pressures that can lead to dangerous and life-altering behaviours. That's where we come in. 

We believe in shining a light on a generation and with your help, we can make a difference to a son, a daughter, a student, a friend - our future. For more information on how we do this or to get involved, check out our programs.

What We Do

#How did Red Frogs start?

It all started in 1997 in Australia, when Red Frogs founder Andy Gourley (then youth pastor at Citipointe Church) attended School Leavers Week on the Gold Coast with his skateboarding mates and realised the need for a designated sober person at the massive drinking parties.

Check out the 'True Story' on our History page.


#Who are the Red Frog Volunteers?

A bunch of legends. Our volunteers are the heroes of Red Frogs South Africa and it takes thousands of people nationally to provide programs each year. They devote their time to others and unite together to provide solutions, support and safety for this generation of young people

#What are Red Frogs’ priority areas of work?

The Red Frog programs focus on Matric holiday, universities, education in high schools, and festivals and events. You can find more info on each of our programs below.

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#Are there Red Frogs overseas?

You betcha. Red Frogs international locations include Australia, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, the UK and Canada. 

#What is the criteria to be a volunteer?

To be a volunteer you need to:

  • Have a heart for young people
  • Be committed to a local church and can provide a pastoral referee
  • Be 18 years or older
  • Agree to abide by the Red Frogs Volunteers Code of Conduct and Terms and Conditions of volunteering
  • Acknowledge that Red Frogs has a chaplaincy component to the program and therefore volunteers must understand and accept their role as a chaplain during the program.

Whereby a volunteer applicant cannot provide sufficient proof that they would be able to uphold volunteer requirements their application may not be approved.

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#How do I apply to volunteer?

Head to the below page and choose your program. Registration includes the ability of an applicant to fill the criteria above, including a pastoral reference.

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#How do I donate?

You can make a donation to Red Frogs via our Make a Donation page on our website or email


#How can I fundraise for Red Frogs?

Head over to our Fundraising for Frogs page where you can find our Fundraising Kit with all the info you need to know!

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#Do I need permission to fundraise for Red Frogs?

Yes, if you are an individual, community group, family, or organisation.

In order to comply with government regulations and grant your authority to fundraise we need some more information on the event that you are planning. Please head over to our Fundraising for Frogs page where you can find our Fundraising Kit with all the info you need to know.

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#How do I get Red Frogs at my high school?

You can book a Red Frogs Education program via the website booking form below or email for more information.

Make a Booking

#How do I start Red Frogs at my local church?

Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch!