Save The Bay’s volunteer program is now supported by Bank of America
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – July 14, 2020 – Save The Bay is pleased to announce that its 2020-2021 volunteer program will be supported by Bank of America. Annually, Save The Bay connects over 4,800 volunteers with opportunities to assist with shoreline cleanups, habitat restoration efforts, at the Exploration Center and Aquarium, and more. In 2019, volunteers contributed more than 29,000 hours to Save The Bay.
“We are thrilled to welcome Bank of America as a sponsor for our volunteer program,” said Jonathan Stone, Save The Bay Executive Director. “Save The Bay was founded by volunteers, and volunteers continue to be vital to our organization’s success. We look forward to strengthening the program through this new partnership.”
“Bank of America is committed to improving the environment for the future of Rhode Island. By supporting the work of strong local partners like Save The Bay, we can protect an important natural resource that provides jobs, recreation and billions of dollars for the regional economy,” said Bill Hatfield, Market President for Bank of America in Rhode Island.
“Our volunteer program provides community members with the unique opportunity to connect with Narragansett Bay and Save The Bay’s work, while giving back to the community,” said July Lewis, Save The Bay Volunteer and Internship Manager. “Bank of America’s support will help us connect even more individuals with this rewarding experience.”
More information about Save The Bay’s volunteer program and opportunities can be found online at www.savebay.org/volunteer. While opportunities are limited at this time due to COVID-19-related restrictions, interested volunteers are invited to create a profile on the organization’s volunteer portal, at savebay.galaxydigital.com to receive updates on new opportunities as they become available.