On March 30th, 2021, Jay Muthukamatchi (founder of Charity Crossing) and my mother, Rupali Langote, had a great meeting with Sheila Berkel, executive director at Rosehill Community Center (RHCC). As a part of their meeting, they explained what Charity Crossing is and how it serves and helps different communities. She was very impressed with our charity work and thus invited us to start serving at RHCC alongside them. This is the second location for Charity Crossing to serve the community.
We had our first serve at RHCC on April 4th, 2021, Easter Sunday. Since then, we have been serving at RHCC every Sunday. On average, we serve 50 to 100 families during the serve. This serve as well as others, wouldn’t be possible without our team of dedicated volunteers.
After almost one and a half years, on August 7th, 2022, RHCC recognized the leads, volunteers, and Charity Crossing with awards and medals. This was a pleasant surprise for all of us during our weekly serve on that day. This recognition is only possible due to our volunteers’ dedication and hard work.