Save the Cape

Save the Cape is an environmental protection organization located in Essex, Connecticut. The nonprofit group focuses on the deterioration of the coast and the need for restoration efforts. In addition, it aims to engage and educate the community. It also provides programs that will improve the quality of life in the community. To date, the organization has raised over $108,864 in annual revenues.

“Save the Cape” centers on a former military soldier who becomes the hero of the Cape. He is an above-average fighter and an honest cop, who fights against corruption and fights for the integrity of Palm City. Until Vince takes over the Cape, it was owned by Gregor Molotov, a Russian magician who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for murdering a woman. However, he was released and now seeks to reclaim the Cape.

Vincent Faraday is a detective who fights against corruption in Palm City. His work is aided by his daughter, Dana, who tries to convince her husband, Marty Voyt, to turn state’s evidence against Chess. Unfortunately, her efforts are in vain.

Peter Fleming is an old friend of Vincent’s. He hires two professional killers, Goggles & Hicks, to kill the Cape. They study the targets before they kill them. These two contract killers, who are part of the secret Assassin Order called Tarot, are techie and assassins. Using their technology, they are able to track the targets, as well as predict their future.

The Cape hides the families of both Voyt and Dana, while at the same time exposing the corruption of ARK Corporation. Peter Fleming reveals a new program, T.R.A.C.E., and he pays the same person twice to help him. As a result of this, the City of Orchard learns of the existence of The Cape, which has now switched to cable. Before he is able to testify against ARK, Voyt is murdered. When the police chief realizes that the Cape is a threat, Vince is forced to save him.

Save the Cape is currently active on social media. Their Facebook page is a popular destination, with over 8,000 likes and more than 100 comments.

Although the organization has been operating for many years, it may not be as active as it once was. For example, they did not file a Form 990 in the past several years. If this is the case, it might be a sign that the organization has closed its doors.

In addition, Save the Cape has recently had no employees. Dennis sometimes works from the island, and when Hurricane Ian hit the area, he returned to the island. Besides being a volunteer, Dennis has watched the beach erode over the years. He is concerned about the erosion of the Cape crest, which will only get worse as the sea level continues to rise.

Despite these challenges, the group is dedicated to protecting the Cape Fear Coast. It has been working with the community to develop a plan for the Cape.