San Francisco Bay was the perfect backdrop for our second annual Bay Day kick-off Catamaran Sail on Sunday, October 1. We partnered with longtime Bay business Adventure Cat and took almost 90 of Save The Bay’s donors and Bay Day partners on a sunset sail under the Golden Gate bridge. We gathered at Pier 39, waved at the sea lions as we drifted out into our beautiful Bay and returned home to a twinkly city nightscape. The Catamaran Sail was a kick-off to the second annual Bay Day celebration on October 7th. With the leadership of the Bay Day Co-Chairs …


  One of the most enjoyable events I get to run in my role is Save The Bay’s Brunch by the Bay. On Saturday, August 19th we hosted more than 60 guests, including many founding members, at the Berkeley Yacht Club to commemorate the organization’s founding and discuss our plans for the future.  We look forward to this event every year as a way to honor the organization’s deep roots and remind ourselves that our founders accomplished “impossible” things against all odds.  Sylvia, Kay, and Esther were three women living in a world dominated by men in the 1950s and …


Building something from scratch isn’t easy. But having the opportunity to learn from that first experience, make improvements, and have the second time around be even better – now that is satisfying. The second annual Blue cruise was Save The Bay’s chance to inspire long-time and new Bay supporters to contribute to our policy, restoration, and education programming. We couldn’t have asked for bluer skies or warmer weather as we chatted with guests from around the Bay Area, people who also care deeply about this beautiful place we call home. All of the cruise tickets and auction bids made clear: …