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December Volunteer of the Month

December Volunteer of the Month

Every month, CaringBridge likes to recognize a caregiver, volunteer or family that exemplifies our mission to amplify love, hope and compassion in the world.

Chinmayi Chandrashekar, our December volunteer of the month, is a dedicated volunteer in the CaringBridge office helping out on the Customer Care team project. Chinmayi spends a few hours a week supporting various request from our Customer Experience department, allowing for more time to spent answering questions and concerns from our users.

Chinmayi was recently featured on the Amplifier Hub highlighting her work as an Amplifier for CaringBridge. “I joined [CaringBridge] as a volunteer initially to keep myself busy,” she says. “It has been a humbling and gratifying experience. Every story is so inspiring and has taught me more reasons to be thankful.”

For Chinmayi, what started out as a way to keep occupied quickly turned into a more impactful experience. “[Volunteering] makes you change the way you look at things,” she explains. “Small gestures can mean a lot and make a lot of difference in someone’s life. It’s very true when they say, ‘Hands that help are holier than lips that pray.’ I encourage everyone to invest some time in volunteering to gain unforgettable life changing experiences.”

To read more about Chinmayi and her insights into volunteering check out her Featured Amplifier post on the Amplifier Hub.

Interested in Amplifying?

Are you inspired to get involved at CaringBridge? Want to see what the Amplifier Hub is all about? Check out the Amplifier Hub’s homepage for more information and view the current volunteer opportunities on the Ampvitities page. You’ll be surprised at the varying opportunities available for everyone, everywhere.


About the Author:

Laura Ashburn is the Editorial Specialist at CaringBridge. She contributes to blog content, utilizing her M.A. in English Literature and Writing.

Comments

  1. Manas Savkoor •

    Feeling happy! Way to go Chinmayi!