Westchester County Board of Legislators recently honored Jamaican entrepreneur, Vincent Hosang, CEO of Caribbean Food Delights for his remarkable achievements and contribution to the welfare of all citizens; notably citizens of Westchester County, and to the Caribbean-American Heritage.
HoSang’s achievements and contributions are legendary. Being recognized by the Westchester Board of Legislatures was no surprise to the philanthropist.
“I have received so many awards, but there’s much more work to be done. I wish I could encourage more citizens to commit to philanthropy and initiatives for the advancement of our people.” Hosang said.
Mr. Hosang is currently setting his sights on corralling donors to the Vincent Hosang Family Foundation for a much needed $2.5Million Linear Accelerating Machine desperately needed for the treatment of urgent- and cancer-care patients, at the Montego Bay Hospital in Jamaica.
The Vincent Hosang Family Foundation has served the needs of the community through many initiatives, including a fully-equipped mobile health clinic worth US$180,000 to Dr. Roy Streete of the Organization for International Development, providing free dental and medical services to the less fortunate people in Jamaica, .
The VHFF donated US$250,000 to Father Ho-Lung of Missionaries of the Poor to build a chapel in Jamaica and donated computers to anumber of schools in Jamaica.
Caribbean Food Delight. has served over 400 student athletes from Jamaica at the three-day track meet at Penn Relays since 1994.
Last Spring, Mr. Hosang received the First Commonwealth Award by the St. George’s Society of New York. He also was presented with the medal by His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester, patron of the Society of New York.
This sure is not the end of the road with accolades for Mr. Hosang. He is slated to be the recipient of the prestigious honorary Doctorate of Laws degree from the University of the West Indies in November.