During the month of July, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s All Access Boston Harbor program traveled from South Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion three times a week, taking over 100 kids each day from the diverse communities around Boston on an adventure to Georges or Spectacle Island to learn about the Boston Harbor and its diverse marine ecosystem.
Save the Harbor/Save the Bay offers this free marine education and recreation program to over 4,000 youths and over 130 community groups for all of the
The kids and teens get to experience
The participants meet at Save the Harbor’s
Whether chasing crabs on the shore on
“We are so glad to give this opportunity to the kids of Boston as well as the organizations we partner with, said Save the Harbor President Patricia Foley, “We are exposing them to a whole new world of opportunities.”
These free summer youth programs are made possible by the generous support of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s youth program funders; ABCD Summerworks, Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation, Inc., Bank of American Pavilion/Live Nation, Clinton H. & Wilma T. Shattuck Charitable Trust, Connors Family Office, Dolphin Trust, Elizabeth Elser Doolittle Charitable Trusts, Forrest Berkley & Marcie Tyre Berkley, Friedman Family Foundation, GDF SUEZ Gas NA LLC, JetBlue Airways, John Hancock Financial Services, Inc., John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Massachusetts Bay Lines, Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities, Massachusetts Port Authority, National Grid Foundation, P & G Gillette, State Street Foundation, South Boston Community Development Foundation, William E. & Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust, and Yawkey Foundation II.
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