Jon Bon Jovi and Wife Dorothea Hurley open third community restaurant in the U.S.

Jon Bon Jovi has opened his third restaurant to provide free meals to those in need. In its premises there are no prices, but you can make a donation of the amount you can pay

Jon Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea Hurley, have launched their third community restaurant in the United States. This initiative, part of the JBJ Soul Kitchen project, aims to provide free meals to people facing economic hardship, offering them a place to eat without judgment.

The Bon Jovi frontman and multiple Grammy Award winner has always been deeply committed to community welfare. Together with his wife, he has already opened two restaurants in New Jersey: the first in 2011 in Red Bank and the second in 2016 in Toms River.

A unique dining experience without prices

These restaurants do not have prices on their menus. Customers are encouraged to make a $20 donation to cover the cost of their meal. Those unable to pay can still enjoy a hot meal, thanks to the restaurant’s policy of allowing donors to cover the cost of meals for those in need. Additionally, patrons can contribute by volunteering their time, for example, by washing dishes.

Supporting college students in need

The third JBJ Soul Kitchen restaurant was inaugurated at Rutgers University, also in New Jersey. This project is designed to help students struggling to afford proper meals. Jon Bon Jovi has stated that the goal is to support students who often make financial sacrifices to pay for their education, emphasizing the importance of proper nutrition for their well-being and academic performance.

This new opening reflects the couple’s ongoing commitment to promoting positive change and combating hunger and homelessness. Jon Bon Jovi has always preferred to keep a low profile regarding his philanthropic efforts, focusing instead on the tangible impact these initiatives can have on the community. The JBJ Soul Kitchen initiatives are a prime example of how celebrities can use their influence and resources for the greater good.

Fonte: JBJ Soul Kitchen

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