jonbonjoviprofile400 Jon Bon Jovi’s Soul Kitchen is celebrating its second anniversary on October 19th.

Over the last two years, they have served over 10,000 meals thanks to their wonderful volunteers and your donations. Every $10 received covers the cost of someone’s meal. If you would like to make a contribution, please click here.

BJ Soul Kitchen is a community restaurant with no prices on the menu; customers donate to pay for their meal. If you are unable to donate you may do volunteer work in exchange for your family’s meal.

Watch a video about the restaurant below.

According to Pollstar, Bon Jovi was number one act on the Top 50 Worldwide Tours of 2013.

12 Responses

  1. Every $10.00 covers someones meal? Gesh? Damn that’s a little on the expensive side isn’t it? Somebody is making some dough!!! Let Jon Bon Jovi fund it himself, he’s got enough cash! Tired of hearing about Multi-Multi Millionaires, people who have enough money for the next 10 generations of their own family, wanting donations to fund something for homeless people?!?!?!!!! If Jon Bon Jovi was any kind of saint he would take the 2 million a month he was paying Sambora and fund the F#@king thing himself????? SAD!!!!!!!!!

  2. It is ego…he can pay for $10 meals a line down the Jersey turnpike with chump change out of his couple hundred million dollar net worth….he wants to be Bruce but Bon Jovi is a band. 2 foot long $5 Subway sandwiches are more than that slop on a tray. They all have massive tax deduction programs and charities. He gets paid not to himself but an out of country corporation he draws on….the Stones get paid out of Holland. Dee Snyder helpin’ out some place from a show would mean much more….he knows about his book.

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