The Acts 4 Ministry Fundraising Dinner at the Ponte Club’s La Bella Vista Banquet facility on March 10th attracted more than 350 diners.
A portion of the proceeds from the dinner was donated to the non-denominational non-profit organization’s annual fundraising ambitions.
Acts 4 Ministry, Inc. is a charitable non-denominational organization that assists individuals and families who have suddenly lost their homes and possessions to fire, flood, or other unexpected devastation of upsetting life event.
These individuals and families are invited to visit Acts 4 Ministry's 1713 Thomaston Avenue boutique in Waterbury by appointment to personally select, at no charge, clothing, dishes, glassware, housewares, furnishings, and items to meet other basic needs. The organization is dedicated to building relationships with people while providing them with the basics of daily living needs.
Photographed at the fundraiser dinner (left to right) were long-time Acts 4 Ministry supporter William Tomasso, principal of the Tomasso Group in New Britain; Sarah Elizabeth DiMeo-Carabetta, Acts 4 Ministry Executive Director; and John Bishop, Acts 4 Ministry Chairman of the Board of Directors.
To learn more about donations requested and the ongoing programs of Acts 4 Ministry, Inc., visit www.acts4.org. All donations are tax-deductible.