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Sara Herbert-Galloway

Community Advisor

Sara Herbert-Galloway, focuses on helping those who are most vulnerable. Through her humanitarian efforts, charitable work and civic involvement, Sara has been able to impact the lives of many. A Registered Nurse specializing in Trauma, her life took a different turn when she accepted an offer from a well-known modeling agency to pursue a NYC career in acting and modeling. After having two wonderful children, she has devoted her time to motherhood and charitable causes, including the National Meningitis Association, the U.N. Millennium Development Goals, and the Global Stress Initiative. She is also a photojournalist and her work has been featured in many publications. She is on the Board of Directors of The J. Luce Foundation, an active member of the Screen Actors Guild, The National Society of the Daughter's of the American Revolution, the National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century, and the Jr. League of Greenwich CT. Sara divides her time between Greenwich, CT, NYC and the Hamptons.

Sara Herbert-Galloway's Contributions

  1. Power Restoration Continues In Greenwich After Wednesday Storm

    Power Restoration Continues In Greenwich After Wednesday Storm

    GREENWICH, Conn., -- As power restoration work continues in Greenwich and throughout the state two days after a storm that pounded the area with high winds and driving rain, examples of nature's destructive power are visible throughout the area.Pictured is a tree uprooted on North Maple Street, just one of many trees that were toppled or saw large branches fall to the ground knocking ...

  2. Junior League Of Greenwich Seeks Applicants For Community Service Award

    Junior League Of Greenwich Seeks Applicants For Community Service Award

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Junior League of Greenwich is on the lookout for local female high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership and community service to receive its Community Service Award of up to $2,500 in the spring. The JLG is currently accepting applications from applicants who exemplify the mission of the Junior League of Greenwich and whose volunteer activities show a ...

  3. Greenwich Students Team With Junior League For Senior Celebration

    Greenwich Students Team With Junior League For Senior Celebration

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Done in a Day Committee of the Junior League of Greenwich, along with middle school students from Greenwich Catholic School, volunteered their time to celebrate the fall harvest season with seniors from Community Centers Inc. at Agnes Morley in Greenwich.This social event held in late October created a multi-generational project, designed for everyone to enjoy an ...

  4. Junior League Of Greenwich Teams Up With McArdle's Florist For Fundraiser

    Junior League Of Greenwich Teams Up With McArdle's Florist For Fundraiser

    GREENWICH, Conn. – The Junior League of Greenwich teamed up with McArdle’s Florist and Garden Center Monday, Nov. 9, at its first pre-event for The Enchanted Forest fundraiser. The event is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 20, through Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Hyatt Regency, Greenwich. This year, in addition to all of the decorated trees and gingerbread creations, the event will also display ...

  5. Junior League Of Greenwich Seeks Applicants For Community Grant Awards

    Junior League Of Greenwich Seeks Applicants For Community Grant Awards

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Every year, the Junior League of Greenwich designates $5,000 of its funds to be awarded to community organizations through its Community Grant Awards. The grant is intended to fund new initiatives or expand programs and services relating to significant community needs, not subsidize existing programs. Junior League of Greenwich President-Elect Sue Rogers said, “We ...

  6. Greenwich YWCA Program Discusses Teen Dating Violence

    Greenwich YWCA Program Discusses Teen Dating Violence

    GREENWICH, Conn. – To promote Domestic Violence Awareness Month during October, Greenwich YWCA is hosting a presentation about teen dating violence led by Looking In Theatre on Wednesday from 7-8:30 p.m. in the YWCA Meeting Rooms A and B.Looking In Theatre, a program of the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts, is an interactive presentation by teen actors portraying realistic scenes of ...

  7. Greenwich Prepares For Hurricane Joaquin

    Greenwich Prepares For Hurricane Joaquin

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- As Hurricane Joaquin gained steam, Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei convened a meeting Thursday with Town Department Managers, the American Red Cross, and Emergency Management Director Dan Warzoha, to discuss preparations.The National Weather Service is forecasting that Hurricane Joaquin could impact the coastline in the Northeastern U.S., the State of ...

  8. Long Named President Of Junior League Of Greenwich Board

    Long Named President Of Junior League Of Greenwich Board

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Junior League of Greenwich installed its 2015-16 board of directors. The new president is Alessandra Messineo Long, a native New Yorker who joined the league in 2004 after moving from La Jolla, Calif. to Greenwich. Long received the Spirit of the League Award in 2010. She is a graduate of St. John’s University School of Law with a law degree; the New York ...

  9. High Water Women Holding Backpack Drive In Stamford

    High Water Women Holding Backpack Drive In Stamford

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – High Water Women, a leading philanthropic organization focused on financial literacy and microfinance, completed its 11th annual Backpack Drive, delivering a record 18,383 fully-supplied backpacks to tri-state area children in need. The drive was the culmination of a fundraising effort that started in April and raised more than $350,000, allowing volunteers to ...

  10. Orphans Worldwide Kicks Off Summer Tour In Greenwich

    Orphans Worldwide Kicks Off Summer Tour In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Orphans International Worldwide Summer 2015 East Coast Tour kicked off recently at Becker Salon in Greenwich in support the organization’s ongoing educational projects in Indonesia, Haiti, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. The July 17 reception was hosted by Sara Herbert-Galloway, board member of the James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation. The event raised money and ...

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