Our Foundation:
Acts 4:32 “All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they all shared everything they had.”

Our Mission:

Sharing God’s love while providing for those in need
Acts 4 Ministry is a non-denominational, tax exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization that supports the needs of families and individuals in financial distress, who may have ‘lost everything to fire, flood, etc.’ within the Greater Waterbury area. Acts 4 Ministry is not a church. We are a collaborative group of staff and volunteers who desire to share God’s love by bringing comfort and meeting the physical needs of others. We achieve this on many levels, and always welcome assistance in any form. This includes volunteering to help collect, sort and distribute re-usable clothing, furniture and housewares. We distribute clothing to nearly 4,000 people and over 1,000 pieces of furniture and housewares annually.


Our vision is to build relationships with people as we provide for their basic needs. Acts 4 strives to partner with churches, social service agencies, and public schools to help identify those with needs and serve them in the context of the broader community regardless of their faith or willingness to participate in religious activities, race, creed, or national origin.

We were recently featured on Connecticut For Sale, one of the top sites for Waterbury, CT Real Estate. Check out the article here: Acts 4 Ministry Inc. Meets the Needs of Community Members in Need.

2016 Board of Directors


Ellen Rogers, Retired Elementary School Teacher / M.O.P.S (Mothers of Pre-schoolers)

Susie Jones-Szoldra, DaVita Waterbury Heights

Bob Zdanowski, Vishay Internation

Sarah Elizabeth Carabetta, Acts 4 Ministry, Inc., Ex-Officio

Board Members

Tim Blankenship, Ameriprise Financial
Patricia Clemente, Thomaston Savings Bank
Peter Damore, Cigna Insurance
Luke Florian, Freedom Enterprise Holdings, LLC
Angela Holmes, Waterbury Hospital
David Rogers, Retired IBM Corporation
Jennifer Rondinara-Solla, Saint Mary’s Hospital
Diane Textiera, Ion Bank