Acts 4 Ministry Executive Director Sarah Elizabeth Carabetta To Receive Coveted Community Award
On November 4, 2019, Mrs. Carabetta will receive Sacred Heart High School's coveted Reverend John Meaney Community Impact Award.
By: Acts 4 Ministry
Widely recognized throughout the Greater Waterbury region as a visionary leader, Carabetta joyfully shares her love for God and ministry with her strong civic contributions to the Waterbury community and a deep personal desire to serve residents in need.
For the past seven years, Carabetta has worked as the executive director of Acts 4 Ministry elevating the non-profit organization's platform to inspire acts of love through her marketing, fund-raising and project management background.
Acts 4 Ministry, Inc. is a charitable organization that assists individuals or families who have suddenly lost their homes to a fire, flood or other unexpected devastation or upsetting life event. These individuals and families are invited to visit Acts 4 Ministry's 1713 Thomaston Avenue boutique shop to personally select, at no charge, clothing, dishes, glassware, furnishings, and items to meet other basic needs.
Through Carabetta's devoted and inspiring leadership, the organization has markedly enhanced its community and corporate partnerships and balanced its vision with strategies and goals. Most notably, she developed the highly-successful Sleep Well Campaign which provides children within Greater Waterbury with a brand-new sleeping environment.
Carabetta's career has spanned the nonprofit and corporate sectors. Currently, she is a member of the Waterbury Exchange Club and serves as the chair of the Waterbury Chamber's Leadership Greater Waterbury Steering Committee.
Previously Carabetta also served six years on the board of directors for Main Street Waterbury ending her term as the board chair in 2015. She was a member of the University of Connecticut's Service-Learning Community Advisory Board from 2012-2014 and across the years, volunteered on various committees and events.
Sarah Elizabeth Carabetta is a graduate of the School of Business at the University of Connecticut with a degree in Business & Technology. Currently, she and her husband Kevin, a retired Air Force veteran, reside in Meriden with their two dogs Gracy and Ruger.
Mrs. Carabetta will receive the Award on Monday, November 4, 2019, at the Aqua Turf Club, 556 Mulberry Street, Plantsville, Connecticut. For further information and to obtain tickets at the Acts 4 Ministry tables, contact Sarah Elizabeth Carabetta at executivedirector@
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