Environmental Education Grant Application
2021 is a year like no other! We received a grant from Recovery Lancaster, and now we are giving away virtual science assemblies featuring our live snakes, lizards, turtles, and alligators! Awesome!

Normally our virtual programs start at $300, but they are currently available at NO COST to schools until our grant funds run out. Schools are welcome to contribute a suggested donation of $50 if they have assembly funds available. But we understand that some schools don’t have assembly funds right now, so the donation is not required. We hope these grants will bless many schools around the nation, while in-person visits are on hold.

Please complete the following form to help us award a 2021 environmental education grant to your school or homeschool group.

You may email info@forgottenfriend.org with any questions. Please contact us if you'd like to make a tax-deductible donation to our scholarship fund to help us serve more schools and families during the ongoing health crisis. Thank you!
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Our virtual shows combine amazing reptile pictures and video in a Power Point format, along with a live Zoom show which features our resident snakes, lizards, turtles, and alligators! To share our virtual show promo video with your school, copy and paste this link: https://youtu.be/d8imoh3AArc
First and Last Name
Your position with the school (PTO, teacher, administrator, etc)
Your Phone
Your Email Address
School Name
School Address
Have you hosted Forgotten Friend Reptile Sanctuary at your school before? (If yes, when was the last year that you're aware of?)
Please explain why environmental science is important to your school.
What dates are you considering for your assembly? (We are currently scheduling scholarship programs through May of 2021.)
How would this grant help your class or school?
Thanks to our 2021 community partners for making these grants possible!
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