Leading a debate entitled Support for Social Investment, she will call on the Government to amend laws and change accounting regulations to help social enterprises that benefit local communities.
Ms Jones (pictured), who co-chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group for Charities and Volunteering, believes that her proposed changes, if supported by the Government, could be of massive financial help to the 68,000+ social enterprises nationwide.
Local examples of social enterprises include Splash Magic Leisure Centre, Plas Madoc, Glyn Wylfa Ltd at Chirk and, potentially, Llangollen Railway, the Brymbo Heritage Group and Ty'n y Capel Inn and Restaurant in Minera.
She said: "I believe that our country needs much more serious thinking and action about how our communities can be better and stronger.
"Social enterprises - using cost-effective business models to improve communities - are an excellent way of doing this and I think we should be doing much more to support them as they try and access finance.
"My debate on this issue comes as the result of a lot of thinking and discussion with people who work in social enterprises.
"I am very pleased that this debate was selected for discussion and really hope the Government takes on board what we are asking for."