Woodbridge, NJ - Last week, the Three Doctors Foundation held its 19th annual ImPact Gala at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel. The event celebrated 19 years of community outreach by the foundation with Drs. Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt and George Jenkins.
According to the foundation, “for nineteen years The Three Doctors Foundation has provided free outreach programs to communities in need, in the areas of health, higher education and youth mentoring. Our annual ImPact gala will showcase current foundation accomplishments and create a special platform to celebrate like-minded community leaders.”
Dr. Hunt is a Board certified internist at University Medical Center at Princeton and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Jenkins serves as Assistant Professor of Clinical Dentistry at Columbia University. Dr. Davis is a Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician at several emergency departments in New Jersey.
“I’ve known about [the foundation] for about 10 years or so and I’ve seen the support they’ve given to the community, especially at the holiday times, the basketball game. I really enjoy their promotion of education, especially for the young people,” said Middlesex County Freeholder Kenneth Armwood, who was in attendance.
“They honor a lot of young people who normally wouldn’t get any kind of press, any kind of notoriety, and they bring them up there and they celebrate their successes so I think that’s the best part of this event,” he said.
Mashon Onque, from Christian Baptist Church said that she was proud to be a part of the event. “I’m here to celebrate the foundation and to be a supporter of the event,” adding “since it’s been 19 years, they are very successful with what they are doing.”