Monday, July 4, 2022

Thanks to our 2022 Youth Program Sponsors

The work we do at Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay would not be possible without the support of our Youth Program funders, including Bay State Cruise Company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA, The Coca-Cola Company, Department of Conservation and Recreation, Eastern Salt Company, Inc., Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Harpoon Brewery, JetBlue, Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, National Grid, Richard M. Saltonstall Charitable Foundation, Alexandria, The Boston Foundation, Boston Properties – Atlantic Wharf, Camp Harbor View Foundation, Cell Signaling Technology, City of Boston Department of Youth, Engagement & Employment, Comcast Foundation, Cronin Group, LLC, Exelon Generation, Goody Clancy, Hood Business Park, HYM Investment Group, Income Research and Management Charitable Fund, John Hancock Financial Services, Leader Bank Pavilion/Live Nation, Maine Community Foundation, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, National Development, National Grid Foundation.

In addition, Save the Harbor recognizes Nutter, Patty Foley Legacy Fund, P & G Gillette, Pembroke Real Estate, Lawrence J. and Anne Rubenstein Charitable Foundation, Clinton H. & Wilma T. Shattuck Charitable Trust, William E. Schrafft & Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust, The Vertex Foundation, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Boston Consulting Group, Boston Planning & Development Agency, Boston Sword & Tuna, Cashman Dredging & Marine Contracting Co., CBRE Property Management, Charter Contracting Company, The Chiofaro Company, Claremont Companies, Coast Cannabis, Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast, Comcast, Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses, Copeland Family Foundation, Cushman & Wakefield, Daily Catch Seaport, E.M. Duggan, Enbridge, Fan Pier, Jay & Karen Fernandes, International Place & Harbor Garage, Invesco, Kearney Donovan & McGee, Keegan Werlin, LLP, Lee Kennedy Co, Inc., George Lewis – Haven Trust, Lovett Woodsum Foundation, Massachusetts Bay Lines, New Boston Ventures, New England Biolabs Foundation, Pabis Foundation, Plymouth Rock Assurance, Redgate Capital Partners, Related Beal LLC, RMR Real Estate Services, Skanska, Anderson & Kreiger LLP, Avangrid Renewables, Clean Harbors, Dellbrook JKS, EA Fish Development, East Boston Savings Bank Foundation, Gravyty, Greenberg Traurig LLC, Elisabeth Jackson, Jamestown, Michael Leon, Ms. Wallace M. Leonard Foundation, Liberty Bay Credit Union, MarineMax Russo, Mass Electric Construction Co., Mass Humanities, BJ & Kath Moriarty, Robert Murray, New England Finish Systems, Joseph and Patricia Newman, Ocean Havens, Inc., Rockland Trust, TRC, Turner Construction, and Vineyard Wind LLC.

We would also like to thank the YMCA of Greater Boston, Mary-Jo Adams & John Sasso, Jane Adler, AECOM, Andus Baker & Rowan Murphy Family Foundation, Atlantic Coast Seafood, Inc., Olivia Barker, Ed Belove and Laura Roberts, BoatUS Foundation, Boston Boat Works LLC, Chris Byner, Laura A. Burke, Andrew & Marianne Calamare, Mark & Michelle Chrisos, C&W Services, Citrin Cooperman, Circle Furniture, Conventures, Inc., Tom Cox, Cresset Group, The Drew Company, Durand & Anastas, William & Susan Elsbree, Epsilon Associates, Eversource, Paul D. Foster, Joseph Gaeta, Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau, Lauren Heisler, Hines,ICON Architecture Inc., J. & M. Brown Company, Inc., Eugene Kennedy, Joyce & Joyce, Jumbo Capital Management, Kate Kellogg & Randy Peeler, Michael Kineavy, Daniela Klaz, Martha Laposata, David Lee, Rosemary & Lew Lloyd, MacLean Charitable Foundation, George and Stefania Mallett, Markham Foundation, Adam Martel, Nicholas Martin, Martha Mazzone Charitable Gift Fund, Massachusetts Marine Trades Education Trust, McDermott Ventures, LLC, Milone & MacBroom, Mintz Levin, Musicians for the Greater Good, Elizabeth Nicholson, Thomas N. O’Brien, Julie Pagano & Bill Delahunt, Judy & Thoru Pederson, Joseph Savage, Julie Simpson, Ph.D., Peabody Properties, Jason Sandoval, Christian R. Scorzoni, Esq., Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, Jim Shine, SKW Partners, Inc., David Spillane, AICP, RIBA, Stantec Architecture, The Strategy Group, Inc., Cindy Theodore, Susan Tracy, TetraTech, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Cheryl Tougias, Travaglini, Scorzoni, & Kiley LLC, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc, Kyle & Sarah Warwick, Malene Welch, WinnCompanies, Thomas Wolfe, Woodard & Curran, Stuart Vidockler, Robert Zaret 

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