Thank you for taking the time to check out our community spotlight page. Captain Maggie and “Angel Island Tiburon Ferry” are extremely thankful for the opportunity to be involved in the Bay Area’s non-profit community.
Below is a partial listing highlighting media coverage for Angel Island Tiburon Ferry and “Captain Maggie” McDonogh:
Captain Maggie extends a special thank you to NBC Bay Area and news reporter Ian Cull for getting onboard our 2014 SF Giant World Series Cruise to McCovey Cove to take in Game 3 and their exceptional news coverage on Captain Maggie McDonogh, Angel Island – Tiburon Ferry and the fabulous fans on our cruise from the magical vantage point of San Francisco Bay:
Special thanks to John Sasaki and KTVU – Channel 2 News for taking the time to visit with us and produce the news segment on Angel Island Tiburon Ferry below:
July/August 2014: Special thanks to the Ark Newspaper and Diane Smith for their article on the Tiburon Chamber of Commerce naming “Captain Maggie” McDonogh Tiburon Peninsula’s “2014 Business Citizen of the Year.”
From helping California’s marine mammals in need, to supporting public service campaigns that encourage Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Family Planning, we invite you to take a moment to browse through a sampling of the Public Service TV Campaigns, Volunteer Programs, and Non-Profit Organizations Captain Maggie and the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry are proud to be involved with and support on an ongoing basis:
“Don’t Miss a Beat!” Learn invaluable life-saving skills FREE at the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry Dock on June 8, 2013 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Join Marin County Emergency Medical Services for FREE Hands-Only CPR and AED Training at a number of locations throughout Marin County including the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry dock on Main Street in Tiburon, CA.
This is your chance to learn how to “Be Prepared” to save a life during this FREE Marin County wide event. This is also a great opportunity to introduce your children to the importance of acting quickly to save the life of a loved one, friend, or neighbor. Come on down to our beautiful Tiburon dock and learn real, hands-only CPR & AED lifesaving skills that can help you “save a life” in an emergency:
On June 8, 2013 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. join Marin County Emergency Medical Services for FREE Hands-Only CPR and AED Training at a number of locations throughout Marin County including the Angel Island Tiburon Ferry dock on Main Street in Tiburon, CA.For More information please visit: MarinEMS.org
Ongoing Disaster Preparedness with Captain Maggie & The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry:
“Be Prepared” Disaster Preparedness PSA in the Spotlight:“Be Prepared Today” is an evergreen PSA Campaign and Online “Survival Guide” & Toolkit Captain Maggie supports wholeheartedly with a special emphasis on the importance of having a Family Emergency Plan in place BEFORE a disaster strikes, as well as organizing the emergency supplies needed for your family and pets.
Please check out the valuable online resources provided here on CaptainMaggie.com and Be Prepared for you and your loved ones BEFORE a disaster strikes TODAY!
Captain Maggie & The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry Company showed their support for the Susan G. Komen San Francisco Bay Area 3-Day for the Cure event by providing ferry services to Treasure Island for 3-Day participants during the event weekend, September 9-11, 2011.
“I’m honored to support this organization as breast cancer is one of the most prevalent form of cancers today, and the leading cause of cancer death in women. We owe it to ourselves to help an organization that helps so many. Remember, we ALL have a mother!”
Captain Maggie and The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry are Founding Supporters of the “Find The Hero in You” Volunteer Awareness Public Service Campaign now online @ HeroesHappen.org ~ “Find the Hero in You!” This “Volunteer Match-Making” Website and PSA Campaign encourages people of all ages to “get out and volunteer today!”
Captain Maggie and The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry are founding sponsors of the California Living TV Public Service Announcements on the Marine Mammal Center’s Adopt A Seal Program.
Captain Maggie’s mission is to create a greater awareness of the ongoing needs of marine mammals in the community, and finds the Marine Mammal’s “Adopt A Seal Program” a fun and creative way for people to help through the symbolic “adoption” of marine mammals.
For more information on any of the programs above and to find out how you can get involved with Captain Maggie and The Angel Island Tiburon Ferry’s Community Programs please call us @ 415.435.2131.
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