Making Life a Little Easier
Charity Health Resources is a 501 (c)(3), dedicated to improving our community’s quality of life by providing the underserved and underinsured with essential medical equipment. We connect donors and volunteers with community needs. We also offer amazing opportunities for students looking to perform community service and make a real impact on people’s lives.
Our team – Harsh Bagdy (Founder), 3 volunteer Board Members and 4 high school volunteers.
Founder/CEO – Harsh Bagdy is a Senior at C. Leon King High School. From a young age, Harsh has been passionate about giving back to the community. In elementary school he worked with his dad to raise funds to build an astro-turf soccer field for the school. In middle school, he facilitated the donation of 72 lockers to the new school at Metropolitan Ministries. He also secured a donation of computers and monitors and helped build a computer lab at his middle school so kids could take the FCAT exams. Harsh came up with the idea of his Charity when he heard his mom who is a physical therapist, talk about the lack of resources for mobility and self-care devices for patients who were underserved and underinsured.
Mo Kasti – President
Founder & CEO – Center for Transformation and Innovation, LLC
Mo, an innovator in training and development of professionals including physicians and executives, is the CEO of CTI – a healthcare consulting company. His company, CTI, assists with leadership development, strategy and innovation.
Dr. Kavita Jain – Treasurer
Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Supervisor of Therapy Services at Florida Hospital of Tampa
Kavita is a Licensed Physical Therapist with 27+ years of experience including 23 years at Florida Hospital’s Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit.
Kevin Waters – Secretary
Staff Nurse – Freedom High School
Kevin is a Registered Nurse who previously was employed with Baycare Health Systems. He has experience in the area of home health care and currently works with a variety of pediatric patients in the area of Community Health.
High School Volunteers
Khegan is an involved student at King High School who is always excited to volunteer. Being part of CHR helps Khegan fulfill his passion to help people most in need.
Adam is a Junior in the IB program at King High School. He plays in the marching band and enjoys serving in his spare time.
Ansh Bhatt is a Junior at King High School and a volunteer with Charity Health Resources. While volunteering at the hospital, Ansh noticed that many people were leaving without necessary mobility equipment. He saw this as an active need in Tampa and decided to get involved.
Karim goes to King High School and is in the IB program. He is very passionate about helping those in need and was enthusiastic to do this through Charity Health Resources
Thank You to Our Community Partners
“We are so privileged to witness and be part of the blessing of His miracles!
When we see their eyes transform from despair to hope right before us; it is the fuel that fills our hearts with Cinergy, to go purposely beyond our comfort zones.
Harsh…… words cannot express! This passionate 16 year old young man is beyond amazing. You can feel his love, passion and compassion in his peaceful humbleness. And yes! It is not typo. He is 16.
It is so humbling to receive this honor to serve; which is guided by HIS love in our mission and vision.”
Metropolitan Ministries Family
“Harsh, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart and Charity Health Resources for helping me help a family. Today, we helped a family with your help, so Jordan could get a wheelchair. Jordan has never had his own wheelchair and he hasn’t been able to go places, just something as simple as going outside and because of your heart and because of your foundation, we were able to do that. Thank you from the bottom of my heart
I told you when I met you, you were my hero and I have to say it again – you are 16 years old with a heart of gold and I admire you for that. Thank you so much for giving back to the community and I tell you that from the bottom of my heart. I am a mother of three I have a 16 year old as well and let me tell you, this is just amazing. You mom and you dad did an amazing raising you. Keep up the good work, keep up the grades, there is a purpose for you. I am blessed, so amazingly blessed to have met you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”