Kingston Resident Selected for Stars 40 Under 40 Award
Published By : 08 Dec 2014 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
Cara Williams of Kingston’s efforts are profiting the Massachusetts Ovarian Cancer Coalition.
Being the owner of Orta Restaurant, Pembroke she inaugurated the restaurant and a fundraiser with a big bash.
Williams has been selected as the beneficiary of the nonprofit children’s services organization Stars’ 2014 40 Under 40 Awards. Selected by a panel of judges for the award, Williams is ideal for the 40 emerging South Shore leaders recognized for their civic engagement, professional accomplishments, and demonstrated leadership capabilities.
Williams along with her husband bought Orta in 2012. They have a solid track-record in the industry of hospitality/restaurant. Cara’s husband, Brett Williams is the co-owner and head chef and oversees the front of the house and all the restaurants marketing campaigns.
While, Cara Williams has been an enthusiastic supporter of South Shore organizations and schools, her donations in terms of time and money have been countless to such organizations. She has donated to Gates PTO Scituate, Prom Angels Cancer Support Community Run to Homebase and many more.
Orta has also hosted an annual fundraiser for Scituate Animal Shelter.
Cara is born and raised in Scituate and currently resides in Kingston. Williams lost her mom to ovarian cancer. In 2013, her mom was tested positive for the BRCA1/2 gene. Following a week later she lost her father too.
Cara has recently undergone a double hysterectomy and mastectomy operation, and thus is recognized as a pillar in her community. Her interest and enthusiasm towards the Cancer Support Community is a priority. She is a generous donator to her community and is well recognized for her civic accomplishments and leadership.