We all know and adore Jon Bon Jovi for his enormous library of songs, but now he has proven that his heart is much bigger than any of that.

He has opened two community restaurants close to his home in New Jersey. This is not any typical restaurant that you see. He has provided the opportunity for needy people to have a healthy meal and enjoy their meal while sitting around a table having fun.

The three JBJ Soul Kitchen Community Restaurants help individuals in the community who find it difficult to get enough to eat, especially at a time like this, when such services are needed more than ever.

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing restaurants across the globe to close their doors to help prevent the spread of this potentially fatal virus. However, many eateries are still open for take-out orders.

Besides that, a limited number of individuals are permitted to congregate in one location, requiring businesses to function with fewer employees.

A recent incident in which Jon Bon Jovi was captured on camera washing dishes at his restaurant in Red Bank, New Jersey, shows that he is not afraid to do his part during these difficult times. In addition to that, his touching message of “If you can’t do what you do, do what you can.” resonates with the greater community.

On his Instagram profile, he uploaded a photo of himself standing next to a member of staff who was giving out a brown bag of food to an individual and two other members of staff working in the kitchen. So far, the picture has received almost 100,000 reactions.

A recent incident in which Jon Bon Jovi was captured on camera washing dishes at his restaurant in Red Bank, New Jersey, shows that he is not afraid to do his part during these difficult times. In addition to that, his touching message of “If you can’t do what you do, do what you can.” resonates with the greater community.

On his Instagram profile, he uploaded a photo of himself standing next to a member of staff who was giving out a brown bag of food to an individual and two other members of staff working in the kitchen. So far, the picture has received almost 100,000 reactions.

Nonprofit organizations established by the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation did not charge for meals before the worldwide pandemic. Instead, they raised money via charitable donations, which they used to help subsidize the cost of meals for individuals who could not afford to pay.

Additionally, customers were able to earn meals in return for working in a number of New Jersey restaurants situated in three different locations.

During the COVID-19 epidemic, the restaurant’s website said that they would only be taking out food for their in-need community.

The website also stated: “The menu will be restricted due to high demand for meals. We can provide you with some assistance if you or your family are having a hard time getting enough to eat.”

We’re thankful to know that, even in these difficult circumstances, there are kind individuals around us. Jon Bon Jovi is a shining example of that.

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