Rupali Langote

Rupali Langote

Rose Hill Lead

I have a Master’s in Computer Management. I am a licensed Esthetician & Nail tech and professional Henna Artist. A business owner at Rsl Henna and Spa.

I believe in giving and I am passionate about helping people and the community. I have been volunteering in the USA for more than 24 years now and have been awarded a Volunteer Of The Year from National Park Service in 2003 in Minnesota, I Have also volunteered at Hopkins community center in Minnesota, Claymont Community Center, Claymont DE, The Arbors Nursing home in New Castle, DE,

I have been volunteering for Charity Crossing for more than 5 years now. During the pandemic, I and my son made thousands of masks and donated them to the community through charity crossing. In 2020 I have volunteered more than 500 hours and received the PVSA Gold award.

My Hobbies – Helping people, art, cooking, gardening, and many more

Vaishali Ameen ( Aliya Ameen )

Vaishali Ameen ( Aliya Ameen )

Rose Hill Lead

Vaishali is one of the Lead Volunteers at Rose hill serve. She is also involved in many other events with Charity Crossing. She is a mother of two children who are also a part of Charity Crossing. She came to volunteer back in 2019 which made such an impact on her that she began to bring her children to help the community and are serving the community since then. She takes pride in spending a lot of time serving the community, which allows others to participate in more community events. For her helping others is not only good, but it’s also a good thing to do, as it makes her/us happier and healthier too. 

 

“We rise by lifting others”

“Do good and good will come to you” 

“Respect people’s time, if you want your time to be Respected”

Karthika Prabhakar

Karthika Prabhakar

SCF Lead

Karthika is a successful homemaker, who wants to teach her girls about the power of giving. It’s hard to expect your children to want to give up their free time to help others if you are not doing the same.  Her family has been actively volunteering with charity crossing.

As a successful homemaker, she has the finest traits of being patient, consistent, and the willingness to learn which she uses to bring a change in her home and would obviously make a little difference in the community.

“Be the change you wanted to see in the world.” —Mahatma Gandhi

Goldy Parmar

Goldy Parmar

Rose Hill Lead

Meet Goldy Parmer.  She is a lead volunteer in Charity Crossing. She is a mom to two teenagers. She got involved in Charity Crossing in 2020 during the pandemic to assist others and make the community a better place by providing for the less fortunate. Throughout the pandemic, she got involved in various groups inside the Charity Crossing which positively impacted the effect of COVID-19 in our community.

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

Arundhati Ghosh

Arundhati Ghosh

MOT Lead

Arundhati is a lead volunteer and a regular blood donor for Charity Crossing. By profession, Arundhati is a Linguist and she is a mother of two girls who also volunteer for Charity Crossing. She loves dedicating her free time to helping the community and bringing smiles to people’s faces.

“The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.”
~Oscar Wilde

Sakthi Raghupathi

Sakthi Raghupathi

Warehouse Lead

This is Sakthi Raghu, working at JPMC, from Bear, DE, with lovely daughters – Vaishnavi & Varshini and a caring wife – Anitha. Am a proud member of Charity Crossing, very excited and motivated to serve and give back to the community. The feel of the selfless act is priceless and very addictive, enjoying it at the moment.

Quote – All is well!!

Chetna Sivamurthy

Chetna Sivamurthy

MOT - Lead

I’m Chetna Sivamurthy, a mom of two beautiful girls.  I currently help lead in the MoT serve area and other Charity Crossing initiatives.

I love to work to make it a better place for all those that we live around- not only to change the trajectory of their lives but also to educate our kids as to how privileged they are and how they are in a fortunate position to help others.

I truly believe in the motto- “ Hands that help are holier than lips that pray”!