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Jason Jacques
Jason Jacques

Jason E. "Jay" Jacques epitomizes the quality sought in a CHSAA alumni hall of fame inductee and is consistent in those who have achieved this reignition in the past. As a 1993 graduate of Coventry High School, Jay has built and expanded a successful and thriving small business and has done so in his hometown in Coventry, RI. Despite the difficulties of owning a small business, which requires constant attention and long hours, Jay is also willing to help a local community and individuals with their fundraising efforts. Whether it be events for struggling individuals and families, or community organizations, such as pink heels, or our own CHS alumni Association, Jay is always there with donations of food, gift certificates, and or attending and participating firsthand. As just one example, when CHSAAA held a funny for funds event Jay approached the CHSAAA, and provided a significant amount of food for attendees free of charge, made a monetary donation as a major sponsor and attended the event along with several of his employees.


Jay has been a major supporter of pink heels, whether it be raffle items, gift certificates, or food for a family that is struggling during the war with cancer. He has never refused to help going above and beyond to make it happen. For the last two years, he has also donated one dollar for every customer that has gone to his place of business for the entire month of October, totaling well over $5000. In times of sadness and tragedy, Jay has donated meals to those in need so many times. These donations include those to first responders and members of the military at both a town and state level, families experiencing unexpected deaths/funerals, those who have lost their homes due to fire or tragedy and cancer victims for whom funds are being organized. When there was a recent tragic house fire on Johnson’s pond, which resulted in a total loss of a home, Jayson donated food for three fundraisers that were held for the family, provided five dollars from each gallon of soup, he sold each weekend for the entire spring, donated, literally hundreds of dollars worth of prizes to raffles at each fundraiser, bought hundreds of dollars worth of raffle tickets, often giving back whatever prizes he wins to be raffled off again. Because of his hard work, compassion for others and his amazing generosity, CHSAAA, proudly inducted him into the CHS alumni hall of fame.

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