Kevin and Michelle Jones to Receive Aspire Cincinnati Award™




Kevin and Michelle Jones

Provided by Assistance League Cincinnati

Kevin and Michelle Jones to Receive Aspire Cincinnati Award™ 

CINCINNATI—April 18, 2019–Kevin and Michelle Jones will receive the Aspire Cincinnati Award™ at the Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati’s ninth annual awards luncheon May 17 at the Hilton Netherland Plaza Hotel. 

Kevin is regional president for Huntington Bank’s Southern Ohio/Kentucky Region and serves on several boards including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Foundation and Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Michelle serves on the board of Boys Hope/Girls Hope and the board of the Karen Wellington Living with Breast Cancer Foundation and is involved in Catholic Women of Cincinnati. 

The Aspire Cincinnati Award recognizes community leaders, philanthropists and volunteers who shape a better, stronger and more inclusive community. The 2018 recipient was Fifth Third Senior Vice President Heidi Jark. 

Mary Greiner, a child abuse pediatrician and Medical Director of Comprehensive Health Evaluations for Cincinnati’s Kids (CHECK) Foster Care Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, will be keynote speaker. She will discuss her work to improve effective healthcare for children in or at risk of entering foster care. Assistance League has been working with CHECK to provide essential items, such as socks and diapers, to children in kinship foster care placements. 

 

Tickets for the luncheon are $75 and may be purchased online (http://www.AssistanceLeagueCincinnati.org/aspire.html) or by calling (513) 221-4447. Additional sponsorship opportunities may be available. Proceeds from the event and other fundraisers are all used locally. For 20 years, Assistance League of Greater Cincinnati volunteers have served the unmet needs of adults and children in the community. The all-volunteer organization provides clothing and supplies to those in need by working closely with greater Cincinnati public and parochial schools, colleges, hospitals and women’s shelters.