Jon Bon Jovi Opens Another Restaurant That Feeds The Homeless! #GoodNews

Jon Bon Jovi continues to do what he can to help fight food insecurity. The rocker opens his third outpost of JBJ Soul Kitchen today on the Rutgers-Newark campus of Rutgers University in New Jersey. 

"My focus was not on philanthropy at 21 years old, it was on being a successful musician,” he shared. “At 58-years-old, your priorities change.” 

Diners at JBJ Soul Kitchen don’t necessarily have to pay to eat. While donations are encouraged, folks can also volunteer for their meal. 

Bon Jovi said the goal behind the Rutgers location is “to play a role in alleviating food insecurity among college students and giving them the support they need to achieve their dreams.”

The menu features locally-sourced ingredients and offers several methods of payment—pay what you can, pay what you want, volunteer, or pay it forward, a structure intended to create a sense of community, respect and dignity, as well as charity among local communities.

The rocker and his wife Dorothea previously opened outposts of JB Soul Kitchen in Red Bank and Toms River, New Jersey.

Source:Pix 11

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