When you thought Jon Bon Jovi couldn’t possibly grow much better as a human being, he does something that will make you grin.
His JBJ Soul Foundation, according to reports, has donated $500,000 to help build a new apartment facility for homeless veterans in Washington, DC.
On CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” Bon Jovi addressed the topic of veterans, stating that they are frequently left alone to cope with the PTSD they acquired while serving.
He said, “Life as you know it is going to be changed, and sometimes individuals need that additional assistance.”
For more than a decade, the Washington DC complex has been in the works. The JBJ Soul Foundation also received assistance from the charity Help USA, whose mission is to combat homelessness in the United States.
Jon @BonJovi is honoring veterans and their service with his new song, "Unbroken" — and all proceeds from the song will go to a non-profit that provides service dogs to veterans in need. https://t.co/Y36mogr79r#VeteransDay #ThankYouForYourService pic.twitter.com/sQFrga3FGE— CBS Mornings (@CBSMornings) November 11, 2019
Not only will the facility provide veterans with affordable housing, but it will also provide a variety of programs to help them get back on their feet.
Bravo, Jon Bon Jovi! It warms our hearts to see people with real power acting in the best interests of veterans who deserve it!
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