Friday, June 24, 2016

Boston Harbor Explorers @ DCR's Carson Beach



Join Save the Harbor/Save the Bay, The Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the South Boston Neighborhood House this summer for a day – or days - of healthy outdoor activities and youth environmental education and enrichment programs on the cleanest urban beach in the nation!

Who: This free program is open to youth development and community groups serving kids of all ages.  However, some activities such as aquatics, kayak and standup paddle board instruction have age restrictions and require reservations and waiver forms signed by a parent or guardian.

What: Boston Harbor Explorers @ DCR’s Carson Beach is a free program that offers youth development and community groups the chance to enjoy a free field trip to the beach. Onsite activities include fishing, clamming, and environmental exploration, soccer, volleyball, and kite flying, storytelling by the sea, and art on the shore. We also offer paddle board, kayak and swimming and aquatic safety instruction, as well as activities that strengthen STEM skills and teach young people about Boston Harbor, the tide and the marine environment.

When & Where: Boston Harbor Explorers @ DCR’s Carson Beach runs Monday – Friday from 9:30 – 3:00 at the Edward J. McCormack Bathhouse at Carson Beach on Day Boulevard in South Boston from July 5 to August 26, 2016.

How: If your organization would like to take part in Boston Harbor Explorers @ DCR’s Carson Beach this summer, please contact our Site Supervisor Bridget McGrath by email at bmcgrath@sbnh.org or on her cell at 1.617.755.8928. Free lunch is available on site.

There are lots of great things to do on the beach every day.  However, some activities such as aquatics, kayak and standup paddle board instruction are not available everyday, and are available on a first come first served basis, have age restrictions and require reservations and waiver forms signed by a parent or guardian. Download July's calendar. Download August's calendar.

Free Stand Up Paddleboard Lessons are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Contact Stacey Mac at SUP Sonas by email at supsonas@gmail.com or by phone at 1.707.847.6627.
Download the SUP waiver.

Free Kayak Instruction is available on Thursdays and Fridays. To make reservations please contact our Site Supervisor Bridget McGrath by email at bmcgrath@sbnh.org or by phone at 1.617.755.8928.
Download the Kayak waiver

Free YMCA Swim and Aquatics Lessons are available on days when the tide is high. You can find a schedule on our blog Sea, Sand & Sky at http://blog.savetheharbor.org. For reservations, please contact Jeremy Stiles by email at jstiles@ymcaboston.org or by phone 1.617.286.1236.
Download the YMCA's aquatics waiver



See you on the beach this summer!

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Another Spectacular Summer on Your Beach!




Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) awarded more than $215,000 in Better Beaches Program Grants to support over 80 free beach events and activities on the Boston Harbor region’s public beaches in a ceremony on Boston’s Fish Pier on Saturday, June 11th, 2016.

This year’s recipients include 43 organizations in 9 waterfront neighborhood neighborhoods and beachfront communities from Nahant t Nantasket, including Lynn, Nahant, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull.  

This year’s Better Beaches Program Grants will fund concerts and sand sculpting competitions, beach festivals, movie nights, free paddleboard, kayak and swimming lessons, storytelling by the sea and art on the shore on public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. 

More than 600 kids took part in the Kids Beach Bash & Splash at DCR’s Carson
Beach in South Boston in 2015. This year’s Better Beaches Program Grants will
support expanded free programs for kids and families on beaches from Nahant to
Nantasket this summer.
  
Funds for the Better Beaches Program include the proceeds of the Harpoon Helps Shamrock Splash and a legislative appropriation made to DCR to support summer programming on the region’s public beaches, as recommended by the Metropolitan Beaches Commission.

In 2015, Save the Harbor and DCR awarded grants to 35 organizations in nine waterfront neighborhoods and beachfront communities from Nahant to Nantasket. Last year Better Beaches Program grants leveraged nearly $650,000 in cash and in-kind support from local businesses and local government, including over 8,500 volunteer hours that supported the 70 free beach events and programs. More than 500,000 people attended Better Beaches Program events in 2015.

“It’s a great investment and a terrific partnership,” said Save the Harbor’s spokesman Bruce Berman. “The Commonwealth appropriated $190,000 this year and we are giving away more than $215,000 to support another spectacular summer of free events ad activities on these great urban beaches.”

“All of these great events have one thing in common,” said Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s President Patty Foley. “They bring people together to strengthen their communities and enjoy our region's most stunning natural resources, the 19 miles of DCR’s public swimming beaches that connect us to each other and to Boston Harbor, Mass Bay and Broad Sound.”

“The Department of Conservation and Recreation looks forward to working with Save the Harbor to deliver another summer full of fun, free events and programs at our beautiful public beaches for people of all walks of life to enjoy,” said DCR Commissioner Leo Roy. “The Baker-Polito Administration remains committed to fostering such partnerships to protect, promote, and enhance our state’s resources for generations to come.”

 “At public hearings from Nahant to Nantasket we heard how important free events and programs are to the region’s residents, who really love our beaches,” said Representative RoseLee Vincent, Co-Chair Metropolitan Beaches Commission, Revere and Saugus. “Thanks to Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and DCR for working together to strengthen our beachfront communities and waterfront neighborhoods.”

"Our waterfront and our beaches are remarkable assets with the power to connect our communities. We have heard again and again how modest investments in free events and programs have put these beaches to work and have provided expanded opportunities for residents, businesses and tourists," said Senator Thomas M. McGee, Co-Chair Metropolitan Beaches Commission, Lynn and Nahant.

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From left to right: Representative Dan Hunt of Dorchester, Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner Barbra Bishop, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Board Chair Joseph P. Newman, President of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Patricia A. Foley, Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner Paul Nutting (back), Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner and Director of Mass Parks Operations for the Department of Conservation and Recreation Samantha Overton, Director of Strategy, Communications and Programs for Save the Harbor/Save the Bay Bruce Berman, Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chair Representative RoseLee Vincent, Senator John Keenan of Quincy (back), and Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner Carol Haney presented Samantha Overton with an award for her service and commitment to urban beaches and our communities on Saturday.

“As an urban mom I know just how important these urban beaches and parks are to the region’s kids and families,” said DCR’s Director of Mass Parks Operations and Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner Samantha Overton, who received an award from Save the Harbor and the Metropolitan Beaches Commission at the ceremony. “I’m proud of DCRs partnership with Save the Harbor and the Metropolitan Beaches Commission. My family and I really love these beaches.”

Better Beaches Program Grants ranged from $500 - $20,000, with a typical grant of $3,500. This year’s programs include concert series, sand- sculpting competitions, campfires, art festivals, neighborhood beach parties, and family reading and movie nights on the beach, art on the shore and storytelling by the sea.

Save the Harbor would like to thank our foundation funding partners The Boston Foundation, the Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation, the Harold Whitworth Pierce Charitable Trust, our corporate sponsors Harpoon, JetBlue, Comcast and National Grid and the hundreds of participants and donors to the Harpoon Shamrock Splash for their support.

We would also like to thank Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chairs Senator Tom McGee and Representative RoseLee Vincent and the legislative and community members of the Commission, the Baker-Polito Administration and our partners at the Department of Conservation and Recreation for making this great program possible.
Follow this link for a list of this year's Better Beaches Grants recipients.
Follow this link for a calendar of Better Beaches events and programs,

To learn more about the Better Beaches Program visit Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s blog, Sea, Sand & Sky at www.blog.savetheharbor.org, or follow savetheharbor on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

You can make a contribution to support our work here.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Celebrating 490 Years of Anniversaries on a Sunset Cruise to Boston Light with Save the Harbor/Save the Bay


Summer Sunset and Boston Skyline off Boston Light. Photo by Jeremy D’Entremont

June 8, 2016, Just Off Boston Light: On Wednesday evening, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay hosted a sunset cruise to the oldest manned lighthouse in America as they celebrated 490 Years of Anniversaries at Boston Light on Bay State Cruise Company’s flagship, Provincetown II.


378 people were onboard for the celebration, which took place on a beautiful summer evening despite predicted squalls and storms. 

“Save the Harbor/Save the Bay was founded in 1986, so it’s our 30th Anniversary this year,” said Save the Harbor’s spokesman Bruce Berman, who was married 16 years ago to Save the Harbor's President Patty Foley just off Boston Light. “So rather than celebrate alone, we chose to honor our federal, state and non profit partners whose support has been so important to our success to join us, many of whom are also celebrating milestones this year.”

2016 marks the 300th Anniversary of Boston Light, the National Park Service’s Centennial, the 30th Anniversary of Cruiseport Boston, the 20th Anniversary of the creation of the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park, and the creation of a new group, Boston Harbor Now.

Honored guests included U.S. Coast Guard Sector Boston Commander Captain Claudia Gelzer, Giles Parker, Superintendent of the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park, DCR Deputy Commissioner Matthew Sisk, Executive Director Fred Laskey of the MWRA (which celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2015), Metropolitan Beaches Commissioner Joan Meschino of Hull, Kathy Abbott, new president of Boston Harbor Now, Walter Hope, Chairman of the Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands and Save the Harbor’s President Patricia Foley and Directors Tom Cox, Paul Foster, Jim Jensen, Rick McKenna, Judy Pederson, David Spillane, and Joe Savage.

“Coast Guard Sector Boston along with our other port partners was honored to join Save the Harbor/Save the Bay on Provincetown II to celebrate a summer of anniversaries,” said U.S. Coast Guard Sector Boston Commander Captain Claudia Gelzer. “It was a beautiful night to witnesses Boston Light and the Harbor Islands, and a good time was had by all.”

"This sunset cruise was an incredible way for our partners to launch the 20th Anniversary of the Boston Harbor Islands as a State and National Park,” said NPS Superintendent Giles Parker. Save the Harbor and all our partners on board are looking forward to connecting with the next generation of island explorers and harbor stewards this summer and into the fall.”
 


Boston Light Keeper Sally Snowman narrated the cruise, and shared stories of her life on Little Brewster Island. Hear more about Boston Light from Sally at on YouTube


Save the Harbor’s Song Leader David Coffin sang "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning" while Save the Harbor’s storyteller Norah Dooley shared stories from Boston Harbor’s past as the Pirate Mary Read. Listen to David's song on YouTube or visit his website at www.davidcoffin.com Norah's website at www.norahdooley.com/


Bestselling author Eric Jay Dolin signed copies of his new book “Brilliant Beacons: A History of the American Lighthouse”, while photographer Jeremy D’Entremont signed prints and posters of his stunning photographs of Boston Light. Visit Eric's website at www.ericjaydolin.com and Jeremy's website at http://www.newenglandlighthouses.net/

“This cruise brought together a wonderful collection of great people to celebrate the harbor and all the organizations who work so hard to support it,” said Kathy Abbott of Boston Harbor Now.
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That sentiment was shared by Michael Glassfeld and Julie Pagano of Bay State Cruise Company, which hosted the celebration on board their flagship Provincetown II. “Kudos to Save the Harbor/Save the Bay for bringing all these great people together. We are really looking forward to working with Save the Harbor to bring 10,000 kids to the islands this year as partners in their free All Access Boston Harbor program.”

“It is going to be a terrific summer on Boston Harbor, the beaches and the Harbor Islands” said Save the Harbor’s President Patricia Foley. “We look forward to celebrating our 30th Anniversary all summer long, as we connect 30,000 young people and their families to Boston Harbor with 30 free island trips and scores of free events and celebrations on the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket. We hope to see you all on the harbor soon!”

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay is a non-profit public-interest Boston Harbor environmental advocacy organization whose mission is to restore and protect Boston Harbor, the Boston Harbor Islands, our region’s public beaches and the marine environment and share them with the public for everyone to enjoy.


For more information about Save the Harbor’s free 30th Anniversary events and activities, visit “Sea, Sand & Sky” at www.blog.savetheharbor.org or follow savetheharbor on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

You can make a contribution to support our work here.

Looking Forward to Summer on Boston's Beaches, Islands and Harbor!

As Save the Harbor celebrates our 30th Anniversary this year, our free Youth Environmental Education Programs will connect 30,000 underserved and low-income youth and teens to Boston Harbor, the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park, and the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket.


This summer, Save the Harbor will run 30 free All Access Boston Harbor trips to Spectacle and Georges Island in the Boston Harbor Islands National Park, with activities such as fishing, clamming, swimming, healthy outdoor activities, beach walks, storytelling and Arts on the Shore.

We will also offer our Boston Harbor Explorers program at 30 Better Beaches Program events on the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket and at 8 program sites during the summer of 2016. Program sites will include Courageous Sailing in Charlestown, Piers Park Sailing Center in East Boston, Community Boating on the Charles River, Camp Harbor View on Long Island, Black’s Creek in Quincy, the Boston Children’s Museum on the Fort Point Channel, the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion in South Boston and our newest program site at the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s (DCR) Carson Beach in South Boston, which we helped transform into the cleanest urban beach in the nation.
  


We will also transform our pilot Boston Harbor Explorers program at Carson Beach into a permanent anchor site, serving youth and teens from South Boston and all of Boston’s neighborhoods and from the youth development and community groups that take part in our All Access Boston Harbor excursions.

The Boston Harbor Explorers program at DCR’s Carson Beach will offer 5,000 youth and teens an opportunity to engage in an environmental education curriculum with environmental exploration, healthy outdoor activities and other youth enrichment opportunities that include free swimming, SUP and kayaking lessons, fishing and clamming, storytelling, archaeology and Arts on the Shore on the nation’s cleanest urban beach.

This year, we will also employ a fantastic youth program staff of 36, which will include 10 lead staff and senior harbor educators, 5 college assistants and interns, and 21 inner city high school students who will serve as Junior Program Assistants, to help run our free Youth Environmental Education Programs.


Save the Harbor is also excited to announce that we will once again be working with educator and storyteller Norah Dooley to lead storytelling workshops with our staff and perform at youth and beach events. We will also bring back noted beach artist Andres Amador to run public sand raking workshops and teach our staff to create dramatic public art on the region’s public beaches.


We are looking forward to the start of our summer programs and know you are too – we hope to see you out on the harbor, beaches and islands for storytelling, Art in the Sand, marine exploration, healthy outdoor activities, swimming, stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking and more!



You can make a contribution to support our work here.

Metropolitan Beaches Commission Hears From Residents of Revere, Winthrop And East Boston On June 7th



The Metropolitan Beaches Commission held a regional public hearing on the state of the Metropolitan Region’s public beaches in Revere, Winthrop and East Boston on Tuesday evening, June 7th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Jack Satter House, 420 Revere Beach Boulevard in Revere.

Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chair Senator Thomas McGee of Lynn, who has served on the Commission since its inception in 2007 and Co-Chair RoseLee Vincent of Revere hosted the hearing, where more than 60 residents of Revere, Winthrop and East Boston shared their thoughts about how to improve their beaches.

MBC Commissioners State Rep. Adrian Madaro of East Boston, State Rep Brendan Crighton of Lynn, Robert Tucker of Lynn, Barbara Bishop of Winthrop, Kathi-Anne Reinstein of Revere, Doug Gutro of Quincy, Mounzer Aylouche of Swampscott, and Senator Joseph Boncore of Winthrop were on hand to hear frothe public and sharetheir thoughts as well.

“These public hearings give the region’s residents an opportunity to share their ideas about how to continue to improve our region’s public beaches, and give the Commission and the Department of Conservation and Recreation the chance to assess where we are today and where we hope to go in the future” said Commission Co-Chair Senator Tom McGee of Lynn. “Working together, I am confident that we can protect what we have accomplished and help move these beaches from good to great.”

“We’ve made great progress on these beaches for all the region’s families,” said Commission Co-Chair Representative RoseLee Vincent of Revere. “They have truly benefited from the investments we have made in our beaches and it’s important that we don’t lose the gains we have made.”

“In the past, Metropolitan Beaches Commission hearings have resulted in important investments which have helped make Constitution Beach a terrific asset for our community” said Rep. Adrian Madaro, who serves as the MBC Commissioner from East Boston. “I look forward to hearing from residents about how we can work together to make our beaches even better.”

“It has taken years of effort to change public perception and improve these beaches,” said Save the Harbor/Save the Bay board member David Spillane of Goody Clancy, who has served as a lead consultant to the Commission since its inception. “However, we could lose this progress in short order if the resources and commitment aren’t there to protect the progress we have made and build on our success.”

About the Metropolitan Beaches Commission
The Metropolitan Beaches Commission is comprised of elected officials and community, civic, nonprofit, and business leaders from Boston and the metropolitan region’s waterfront neighborhoods and beachfront communities.

The MBC was created in 2006 by the Massachusetts Legislature to take an in-depth look at the metropolitan region’s public beaches in Nahant, Lynn, Revere, Winthrop, East Boston, South Boston, Dorchester, Quincy and Hull that are managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. The Commission reconvened in 2013 to examine the impacts of the reforms and recommendations made in its first report  “Beaches We Can Be Proud Of” and issued additional findings and recommendations to better leverage these resources for residents in the future in their 2014 report “Waves of Change”. Today the MBC is a permanent Commission, which reports annually to the House and the Senate.

For more information about the MBC and its history and accomplishments, or to download copies of the Commission’s 2007 and 2014 reports, visit www.savetheharbor.org/MBC

For more information about the Metropolitan Beaches Commission or the hearing please contact Bruce Berman on his cell at 617-293-6243 or by email to bruce@bostonharbor.com



You can make a contribution to support Save the Harbor's work here.

Message From Our President: Making Waves for 30 Years!

Early this month Save the Harbor/Save the Bay celebrated our 30th Anniversary Year with a sunset cruise to Boston Light. As we looked back toward the city with our public, private and non-profit partners and friends and supporters, we couldn’t help but think back on all we have accomplished together since 1986, and all that’s left for us to do.


We are proud of our role as the region’s leading voice for clean water and continued investment in Boston Harbor, our region’s public beaches, and beachfront communities and waterfront neighborhoods from Nahant to Nantasket. Working together we have transformed Boston Harbor from a liability into a source of opportunity and pride for Bostonians and the region’s residents.

Today South Boston is home to the cleanest urban beaches in America, which were safe for swimming every day in 2015, when frequent storms forced other area beaches to close. The Boston Harbor Islands have become educational and recreational resources for a generation of young people. Boston’s renewed waterfront and the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket are emerging as destinations for residents and visitors alike.

However, there is still much more work to do to restore and protect Boston Harbor, the beaches, our waterfront and the Boston Harbor Islands and share them with all the region’s families.  

I am writing to you today because we need your help and support to do it.

The first thing we need to do this year is to keep our commitment to clean water by working with the Baker-Polito Administration, our Beaches Science Advisory Committee and local officials to produce site-specific plans to address the ongoing pollution problems at King’s Beach in Lynn and Swampscott and Tenean Beach in Dorchester as we did in South Boston. Last summer these two beaches were closed once every four days, an unacceptable situation which we intend to address.

The second is to expand our free youth and beach programs, which have made Save the Harbor the Boston Harbor Connection for 130,000 young people and their families since we began them in 2002.

With your support, in 2016 we will offer 30 free All Access Boston Harbor trips to the Boston Harbor Islands for underserved youth and teens from more than 100 youth development and community groups in 40 communities.  We will also host free environmental education and enrichment programs at 30 Better Beaches Program events, and at 8 program sites including our new Boston Harbor Explorers Program @ DCR’s Carson Beach in South Boston, which we helped make the cleanest urban beach in the nation.

Your support will allow us to make our Carson Beach pilot program a permanent anchor site for our Boston Harbor Explorers program, offering thousands of young participants an opportunity to engage in an environmental education curriculum with environmental exploration, healthy outdoor activities and other youth enrichment opportunities that include free swimming, paddle boarding and kayaking lessons, fishing and clamming, storytelling, archaeology and art on the shore. 

With your help, we hope to raise $30,000 this summer, so that we can expand our youth environmental education and enrichment programs to serve more than 30,000 youth and teens in 2016. 

I know that you care about our community, that you love Boston Harbor, the waterfront, the harbor islands and our region's public beaches.  I also know that you understand and value the work we have done and the work we intend to do. 

Your contribution of $30, $300, $3,000, or whatever you can afford to give, will help us continue our work to restore and protect these spectacular urban natural resources and share them with the public, for everyone to enjoy. Its easy to make a contribution today on our website at www.savetheharbor.org

Thanks in advance for your support. It means the world to us and to the region’s underserved youth, teens and families, who all deserve clean beaches they can call their own.

Sincerely,

Patricia A. Foley
President 

P.S. There will be lots of opportunities to celebrate our 30th Anniversary with us this summer. To find out more, read our Boston Harbor Blog “Sea, Sand & Sky” at www.blog.savetheharbor.org, join savetheharbor and bostonharbor on Facebook and follow @savetheharbor on Twitter and #savetheharbor on Instagram.

P.P.S. It’s easy to make a contribution today on our website, or, if you prefer you can mail your check to:

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay
Boston Fish Pier
212 Northern Avenue, Suite 304 West
Boston MA 02210 United States

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Our Funders

Thanks to all of our foundation funders, corporate sponsors, and the more than 1,000 individual donors who help make our work possible.

$75,000+
The Boston Foundation
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation

$30,000 - $50,000
Bay State Cruise Company
Coca-Cola Foundation
Distrigas/GDF Suez
JetBlue

$15,000 - $25,000
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
The Clowes Fund, Inc.
Eastern Salt Company, Inc.
Fan Pier - The Fallon Company
Harpoon Brewery
HILTON Worldwide
Massachusetts Environmental Trust
Massachusetts Port Authority
National Grid
National Grid Foundation
P&G Gillette
Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center
Vertex
The Yawkey Foundations

$7,500 - $12,500
Allan Construction
Forrest Berkley & Marcie Tyre Berkley
Catalyst New Media Group
Mark & Michelle Chrisos
Comcast
The Marion L. Decrow Memorial Foundation
The Alice Willard Dorr Foundation
Goody Clancy
John Hancock Financial Services, Inc.
The HYM Investment Group, LLC
Kershaw Foundation - Cheers for Children
Mass Humanities
Massachusetts Bay Lines
Massachusetts Water Resources Authority
Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP
Harold Whitworth Pierce Charitable Trust
Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation
William E. & Bertha E. Schrafft Charitable Trust
Studio Tek
The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation

$5,000 - $7,000
Anonymous (1)
Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Bennett and Company
Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion/Live Nation
BOMA
Boston Centers for Youth & Families
Camp Harbor View
Carnival Foundation
Jay Cashman Inc.
CBT Architects
Circle Furniture
Clipper Ship Foundation, Inc.
Con Edison Development
Cottonwood Management, LLC
Cronin Group, LLC
Cushing & Dolan, P.C.
Daily Catch Seaport
The Paul and Phyllis Fireman Charitable Foundation
Thomas J. & Lucinda J. Foley
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
J&M Brown Company, Inc.
Keegan Werlin LLP
Lee Kennedy Co., Inc.
Lovett-Woodsum Foundation
MarineMax Russo
Massachusetts Convention Center Authority
John Moriarty & Associates
New Boston Ventures
Nicholson Foundation
RMR Real Estate Services
Lawrence J. and Anne Rubenstein Charitable Foundation
Skanska
South Boston Community Development Foundation
Spectra Energy
Suffolk Construction Company, Inc.
Tishman Speyer

$3,000 - $4,500
Andus Baker & Rowan Murphy Family Fund
Barking Crab
Boston Bruins Foundation
Boston Private
Boston Properties - Atlantic Wharf
Boston Redevelopment Authority
Boston Yacht Charters
Andrew J. Calamare & Marianne Connolly
Cargo Ventures
Charter Contracting Company
The Chiofaro Company
Cushman & Wakefield of Massachusetts
Elkus Manfredi Architects
Epsilon Associates
Flutter & Bostontweet
Paul D. Foster & Associates
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Jamestown L.P.
JW Capital Partners & SKW Partners, Inc.
Chuck & Ann Lagasse
Sherry and Alan Leventhal Family Foundation
Jamie Meiser
A. Murphy Inc.
New England Finish Systems
The Reebok Foundation
Seaport Square - WS Development
Turner Construction
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc.
Wallwork Curry McKenna
WS Development

$2,000 - $2,800
AECOM
Breckinridge Capital Advisors
CH2M
Eversource
Jay & Karen Fernandes
The Fuller Foundation
Greater Boston YMCA
Haley & Aldrich, Inc.
David Hegarty
Invesco Real Estate
Jennifer Johnson
Kearney Donovan & McGee, P.C.
Legal Sea Foods
Miss Wallace Minot Leonard Foundation
Mass Electric Construction Company
National Parks Service
David Newman & Dina Conlin
Elizabeth Nicholson
Related Biel
Rockland Trust - Peoples Federal Foundation
George Schwartz
Stantec
Stavis Seafoods, Inc.
TD Bank Foundation
Travaglini, Eisenberg, Kiley LLC
Trinity Financial
UDR

$1000 - $1500
Anonymous (1)
3A Marine Service
AAA Northeast
William D. Adams
Mary-Jo Adams & John Sasso
Anderson & Kreiger LLP
Arrowstreet
Gregory P. Bialecki & Mary Herlihy
David Bois
Boston BoatWorks, LLC
Bowditch & Dewey, LLP
C&W Services
Kevin, Dee and Annie Colcord
Conroy Development
Conventures, Inc.
Cronin Group, LLC
Cummings Properties
Diversified Automotive, Inc.
Digger & Susan Donahue
The Drew Company
Durand & Anastas
Equity Office Properties
Basil Freddura
Claudia C. Gelzer
Elizabeth Gorman & Mark Kritzman
Goulston & Storrs
Robert & Hathaway Green
Hines
Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc.
International Longshoremen's Association, AFL-CIO
Elisabeth Jackson
Joyce & Joyce
JW Capital Partners
Kensington Investment Company, Inc.
Michael Kineavy
Charles & Ann Lagasse
David & Celeste Lee
Michael A. Leon, Esq.
George Lewis - Haven Trust
Joe & Shelly Mahoney
Mass Bay Credit Union
Martha Mazzone Charitable Gift Fund
Milone & MacBroom
James Miraldi
National Development
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
Northwind Strategies
Brian Payea & Trip Advisor
Judith & Thoru Pederson
Redgate
ROCK Development
Save That Stuff
Stormduds
The Strategy Group, Inc.
Matthew J. & Gilda F. Strazzula Foundation
Maryann Gilligan Suydam
TGA Cross Insurance, Inc.
Vacovec, Mayotte & Singer LLP
ValleyCrest Landscape Development/BrightView
Alex & Deanna Vienneau
Matthew Whitlock & Penny Neal
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Peter Zschokke

$250 - $750
Fred Ahern
Joseph C. Aiello & Mary J. Mitchell
Melinda & Robert Armacost
Maeve Vallely Bartlett
Beacon Strategies Group
David Bean
Regina Cooper Benjamin
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Laura Burke
John A. & Patricia M. Carucci
Rose Marie Convery
Paul G. Costello, P.E.
Jennifer Cruickshank
Stephen Davis
John Desalvo
Richard Dimino
Mary & Bob Doyle
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
Eastern Bank
William & Susan Elsbree
David Giangrande
Anthony L. Gilardi
Perry Gould
Edward F. Granara
Benjamin & Francine Hiller
Craig Horsfall
William Hussin
J.F. White Contracting Company
Mark Junghans
KAF
Dan & Julie Kenary
The Honorable John F. Kerry & Teresa Heinz Kerry
Anne & Tom Leahy
Bethany Lombard
Michael Marchesi
McCarter English
McDermott Ventures, LLC
Joanne McDevitt
John J. McGlynn, Jr. Esq. & Diane McGlynn, Esq.
ML Strategies, LLC
Robert & Judith Murray
New England Dock & Marine Council
Joe & Trish Newman
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Leo Pagano
Raine Associates, Inc.
Red Sox Foundation
Daniel P. Rogers
Salem Glass Company
Felix Senkovsky
James Shine
Karen Smith
David Spillane & Linda Murphy
Susan M. Tracy
Utile, Inc.
Joseph Vecchi
John Vetere
Stuart Vidockler & Lydna Clare
Richard & Roselee Vincent
Stephen Wessling
Michael Whouley
Daniel T. & Jennifer L. Wilson

$1 - $249
Annette Angelo
Dawne Armitstead
Kip Becker
Richard Bell
Deborah Bloom
Hollis A. Bodman
Karen Buttiglieri
Karen Buttiglieri
Christopher Byner
RoseMarie Callahan
Leonel Depaz Carrillo
Dorothy Carroll
Robert & Christine Wells
Joshua Colcord
Stephen Cooper
Jay Crowley
Thomas Dammrich
Patrick Davis
Christopher Desisto
Kevin Dick
Paul Dimaura
Norah Dooley
Bryan Van Dorpe
Captain Howard Dorr Jr.
Jack Eiferman & Fern Fisher
Thomas J. Engelman
Marilyn Fielder
Peter Fifield
Alice Fisher
Jen Flannery
Barbara Flockhart
Diane & Paul Foley
Paul D. Foster
GEI Consultants
Eric Geller
Michael Gorton, Sr.
Roy & Sylvia Hammer
Rob Harris
Dwight H. Havens
Patrick Hellen
Elaine Hickey
Candace Horan
Brett Hudson
James Jensen
Edward C. & Elizabeth B. Johnson 
Michael Joyce
Phillips L. Kuhl & Karen S. Kuhl
Councillor Margaret Laforest
Chris Leon
Barbara Mackey
Duncan MacQueen
Adrian Madaro
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Jonathan Marks
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Nancy McDonald
Senator Thomas M. McGee
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Richard Milstein
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Stephen Myers
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Vi Patek
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Jeremy Reger
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Ellen Reynolds
James Rowan
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James Sabin
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Joseph Savage
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Rachel Scott
William Smith-Vaniz
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75 on Liberty Wharf
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Bacco Ristorante & Bar
Barbados Tourism Marketing, Inc.
The Barking Crab
Battery Wharf Hotel
Bay State Cruise Company
Bayside Resort Hotel
Bill’s Outboard Motor Services, Inc.
Blo Blow Dry Bar- Seaport
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Circle Furniture
The Colonnade Hotel
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Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse
Denterlein Worldwide
Captain Paul Diggins - Reel Pursuit Charters
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Everybody Fights
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The Fallon Company
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Harpoon Brewery
Hawthorne Hotel
Highwire Marketing Consultants, LLC
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James Hook & Co.
Jasper White’s Summer Shack
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L Street Tavern
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Live Nation
Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar
Loews Boston Hotel
Lululemon
Lyons Group
Mandarin Oriental, Boston
Marriott International
The Mary Baker Eddy Library
Mass Bay Lines, Inc.
Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation
Massport and the ILA
Captain Rick McKenna - Legacy
National Grid
NESN
New England Patriots Charitable Foundation
New England Revolution Charitable Foundation
NFL Network/Ian Rapoport
Norman Crump Art
Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
Ocean Two Resort & Residences
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The Palm Restaurant
Peabody Essex Museum
Pier 6
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
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Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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Residence Inn by Marriott Boston
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on Tudor Wharf
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Row 34
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Salvatore’s Theater District
Sea Crest Beach Hotel
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Sports Hub
Starwood Hotels
Stowe Mountain Lodge
Sullivan’s Castle Island
Sundial Beach Resort & Spa
Super Duck Tours, LLC
Swan Boats, Inc.
Tavistock Restaurants
Tom Tilas
Top of the Hub Restaurant & Lounge
Tryp Times Square South
The Varano Group
Wallwork Curry McKenna
Walt Disney World Resort Corporate Citizenship
Water Wizz Water Park
WBZ-TV
WFXT FOX25
World Ocean School aboard Roseway
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