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Charities and Community Service

We Believe In Giving Back

No one becomes successful without a lot of hard work, support and a little luck. And because we have been blessed with those three things, we are able to give back.

We value our relationships and believe we have a responsibility to help better our communities by providing support and acknowledgement to our military, first responders and their families.  

We believe that giving is as rewarding as receiving!

We appreciate the opportunity for our team to support the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run with Dave Ross

Volunteering and Supporting the Armed Services YMCA

Sponsoring the 20th Annual Volkslauf Mud Run with Gunnery Sergeant Bryan Reza of the MARCOR Detachment.

Merle Jones, President of Jones Investment Group, is receiving recognition at the AUSA ceremony for his continued support.

Volunteering at AUSA in DC with "The Impact Partnership" which focuses on how we can better serve our active-duty service members and veterans.

Supporting our Transitioning Military Members

Active Duty to Veteran to Civilian Life Hiring Fairs

Merle Jones - "After 23 years of serving in the United States Army, my desire was to continue to serve my country by ensuring that those who have and who continue to serve are given every opportunity to prepare for their future."

Honoring soldiers and NCOs at the AUSA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.  President Merle Jones is sharing in the sponsorship with Connie Stoltz, Freedom Protectors Life, and many others from the Fort Leonard Wood area.

Donating for the benefit of Fort Leonard Wood's "Not Forgotten" retired and active-duty recreational softball league and the Military World Softball.

Proud to attend the Community Salute To Service at Waynesville High School honoring area high school seniors entering military service. 


Showing continued support for the young men and women of the US Armed Forces during the holiday season at the Missouri USO.

Committee of Fifty

Honoring our service men and women at the monthly Committee of Fifty luncheon.

The Committee of Fifty is a Nonprofit Organization that consists of local area business owners and other civic-minded individuals who are dedicated to providing support to the Fort Leonard Wood installation. Through direct actions, such as honoring service members during their monthly meeting, to lobbying elected officials for resources and legislative action, the committee members work to bring positive support and change to the post.  

“The Committee of Fifty’s sole purpose is to promote the development, expansion and effectiveness of Fort Leonard Wood. - Pritchard

Supporting veterans and active-duty members at the Missouri State Capitol with State Rep. Steven Lynch, Connie Stoltz and Mariah Jones.  

Collaborating with the local Tri-County Bass Club -Fort Leonard Wood, MO.  This club is a non-profit organization of retired and active-duty military members continuing to support other military members who enjoy the sport of bass fishing, friendships and memories.  

Supporting the Pulaski County Sheltered Workshop.  Two of their bakers, Robert and Nathan, created beautiful and delicious cakes for our client appreciation event.

Working With Community Partners

Snack-in-a-Pack, Shop with a Cop, and the YMCA are just some of the charities in our community with which we are actively involved.   

At Jones Investment Group, we enjoy showing support to the families in our community as well as the active-duty and retired men and women in service. 

Donating to a great cause, Wagons For Warriors, and helping support local Wounded Warriors and their families. 

Wagons for Warriors, Inc. is a non-profit organization run by volunteers to benefit the area Wounded Warriors and their family members under the Mid Missouri Chapter Association of the United States Army - Wounded Warrior Fund. 

Wagons for Warriors is currently the largest gathering of chuckwagons in the United States.

Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce

Our Team attended the Waynesville- St. Robert Chamber of Commerce Eggs and Issues forum with State Sen. Justin Brown, State Rep. Steven Lynch and State Rep. Robert Ross.

The Chamber is a voluntary organization of citizens committed to advancing the commercial, industrial, agricultural, educational, civic, and community interests of the residents and businesses in the cities of Waynesville and St. Robert and in the surrounding area.

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