Little Flower Welcomes New Vice President of Development

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Brooklyn, New York – Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York is pleased to welcome Carrie Sackett to its senior executive council as the new Vice President of Development.  “I am excited to have the opportunity to bring my experience and passion to Little Flower’s mission and look forward to strengthening and growing support for our programs,” said Carrie.

As Vice President of Development Carrie will be responsible for designing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive development plan.  Her primary objectives will be to provide leadership, strategic direction, management and coordination for all of Little Flower’s fundraising priorities to maximize opportunities to both build on existing efforts and identify new ones.

Carrie comes to Little Flower with two decades of leadership experience in the nonprofit sector.  Most recently she served as Executive Director of Boys’ & Girls’ Towns of Italy, re-building its brand and donor base during the growing global crisis of unaccompanied refugee and migrant youth.  For her full bio please visit:

“We’re thrilled to welcome Carrie to the Little Flower family and look forward to working with her.  Raising funds throughout the region is a critical element in providing services to our clients and ensuring the sustainability of this wonderful organization for the decades to come.  Carrie’s experience will support our efforts of prioritizing fundraising. ” said Chief Executive Officer Corinne Hammons.

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About Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York ( For 87 years Little Flower has been guided by the mission to provide hope and help to thousands of people every year.  In 2016 we managed the successful adoption of 52 children into new families, served 800 children in loving foster families, cared for 129 children in the Residential Treatment and Respite Centers, helped 177 children return to their own families, assisted 106 young adults to begin life on their own, provided preventative services to 18 teens in foster care, served 207 young adults in our Bridges to Health Program, and helped 374 adults with developmental disabilities to lead more rewarding lives.