Jeff Rosa of Sibcy Cline Anderson Is Recognized by St. Joseph Orphanage For His Volunteer Service

Jeff Rosa, Vice President/Sales Manager of the Sibcy Cline Anderson office was featured in a recent St. Joseph Orphanage publication for his volunteer service for the past 12 years with this organization.

Jeff has served as a board member since 2005 and president since 2010. He hosts Bible studies, pool parties as well as works with the Anderson Sibcy Cline agents on sponsoring an annual Christmas party that includes gifts for around 70 children.

The article says, “Twelve years ago Jeff and his team at Sibcy Cline had generously collected money to purchase Christmas gifts for needy children. Jeff called a few organizations before St. Joseph Orphanage, but oddly, no one was in need. A bit frustrated, Jeff called St. Joseph Orphanages’s Altercrest Campus, expecting to be turned down again, especially now that Christmas was just a few weeks away.

Jeff…was connected to the Education Director, Lois. He told her that he would like to buy Christmas gifts for 20 to 30 kids and the phone went silent. ‘I thought I had offended her at first because it was so close to Christmas, and maybe she thought I was saying they didn’t take good care of their kids or something,’ said Jeff. ‘Then, I realized she was crying.’

Lois told Jeff that a major sponsor dropped out just two weeks before. Since them I’ve asked God every night find Christmas for the childen, and you’re my answer,’ said Lois…”


About St. Joseph Orphanage
The orphanage is the oldest and largest mental health agency in Cincinnati, Ohio and has been serving the community since 1829. It is a behavioral, health and educational treatment agency. The organization provides care and support for neglected, abused and emotionally troubled children and their families.


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