R.I. Free Clinic, Save The Bay receive $10K from Cox Tech Boosts program

SAVE THE BAY has received $10,000 from Cox Communications through the company’s Tech Boosts program. From left, Stephany Hessler and Maureen Fogarty of Save The Bay; Cox Business Vice President Ross Nelson; Lincoln School teacher Anna Painter; Save The Bay Executive Director Jonathan Stone; and Jennifer Bramley, Jay Allbaugh, Scott Sandal and Eric Wagner of Cox. / COURTESY COX COMMUNICATIONS
WEST WARWICK – Cox Communications announced its 2019 recipients for its Tech Boosts program, which awards grants to nonprofits committed to investing in technology to better its patrons and mission, the company said in a news release. Recipients in Rhode Island are the Rhode Island Free Clinic and Save The Bay Inc. Each will get…

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