Save The Bay finishes fiscal ’18 in black, moves ahead on 50th anniversary campaign

SAVE THE BAY received $2.3 million in contributions, gifts and grants in 2018 and raised $1.6 million for an anniversary capital campaign. / COURTESY SAVE THE BAY
SAVE THE BAY received $2.3 million in contributions, gifts and grants in 2018 and raised $1.6 million for an anniversary capital campaign. / COURTESY SAVE THE BAY
PROVIDENCE – Save The Bay Inc. had total revenue of $3.7 million in fiscal 2018, including $2.3 million in contributions, gifts and grants, the nonprofit said in its 2018 annual report. Save The Bay also reported $538,732 in program revenue for the 12-month period ended June 30 and $379,231 in government contracts, as well as…

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