Free Sox Tickets

The Chicago White Sox and the Jones Foundation, Inc., have teamed up to share 400 tickets! These tickets are free and the game date is April 30th at 7:10pm, White Sox V Baltimore Orioles.

  • 4 tickets per family
  • please register by Thursday, April 24th
  • pick up tickets on Saturday, April 27th FROM 9AM TO NOON AT 15525 s. Park STE 105, South Holland, IL 60473
  • Tickets are on a first come first serve basis.

December 2018 Countdown for Charity

The Jones Foundation invites you to join our 2018 Year-End Countdown to Charity Campaign. This campaign will help provide hot meals and warm coats to those in need this winter. Thanks to you and people like you, the Jones Foundation has helped provide meals to over 2500 families. Our goal for 2018 is to help 3000 families in need. We would like to end this year by helping 500 additional people receive a hot meal and keep warm this winter. Please join our Campaign this holiday season and make your year-end donation on or before December 31, 2018. We simply can’t do this without you! Invest in the Jones Foundation, Invest in the Community! Thank you for your generosity and continuous support of our community! Can we count on your this holiday season?

20th Anniversary Gala Picture Gallery & Thanks!

Sincerest thanks to everyone who came in support of The Jones Foundation 20th Anniversary Gala, and those who have been involved over the years! Every bit as much, we sincerely appreciate all of the volunteers who rolled up their sleeves and worked hard to make this event exceptional and effective. Together as team, we are fighting hard against HIV/Aids and making a real difference in our community.

Please Join The Foundation for the Annual HIV/Aids Run & Walk

Thaddeus Jones will be participating in the annual AIDS Run and Walk Chicago at Soldier Field on Sunday, September 23.

His participation continues a long relationship between AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Jones, and the Jones Foundation.

“As someone who has personal experience with how HIV and AIDS can impact individuals, families, and communities, I understand how important it is to not only provide services and resources for people but to continue to create awareness and foster understanding,” said Jones.

Under the leadership of Saprina Jones, the Jones Foundation is committed to improving health outcomes in underserved and minority communities.

The foundation works in conjunction with organizations like AIDS Foundation of Chicago to create and support programs addressing HIV/AIDS and to help provide essential resources and support services to at risk communities.

White Sox August 12th Fundraiser

This is Saprina Jones. On Sunday, August 12th, 2018, the Jones Foundation and the Chicago White Sox are teaming up to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS and provide community members the opportunity to witness Chicago White Sox Baseball.

Please consider being a home run sponsor at $5,000 for this event. The Chicago White Sox have donated a suite box, parking passes and food for this game with the Chicago White Sox v the Kansas City Royals at U.S. Cellular Field.

As a sponsor, you will receive tickets to the game, parking passes and help community members from the south suburbs attend the game. You will also receive your company’s name on the sponsor board at the event and on the bags that will be distributed to the 500 attendees.

I would appreciate receiving your generous donation on or before Monday, July 2nd. Please download our reply card to use with your donation:




Your support will make a real difference! Please call me at (708) 548-9023 email me at saprinamartin@sbcglobal.net. Tickets are going fast. I look forward to your response.


Jones Foundation to Bring 150 Ford Heights Children to May 2 Cubs Game

The Jones Foundation—dedicated to investing in youth from underserved communities and providing them with the tools needed to succeed—and Democratic State Representative Thaddeus Jones will accompany 150 children from Ford Heights to Wrigley Field on May 2 for the Cubs games versus the Colorado Rockies.

“Providing entertainment and cultural experiences for the children in the communities we serve is a critical part of the mission of the Jones Foundation,” said Saprina Jones, Acting President and CEO of the foundation.

Over the past decade the Jones Foundation has provided grants to more than 250 families in the communities it serves, additionally, the foundation provides food—including an annual Thanksgiving turkey giveaway—to families in need, and provides assistance for children from underserved communities to allow them to attend math and science camp.

“Nearly half of the residents of Ford Heights live below the poverty line,” said Jones. “It is in communities like this that we can make a great impact by providing opportunities and experiences for children that they would otherwise not be exposed to. We rely on partnerships with organizations like the Chicago Cubs, who share our commitment.”