Jon Bon Jovi is doing his bit to support families in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
The rockstar has shared a photo of himself washing dishes at his Soul Kitchen in Red Bank, New Jersey which he is keeping open for “our in-need community only.”
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The non-profit, community restaurant is one of three run by the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation where there are no prices on the menus and customers either donate what they can or volunteer in the kitchens in exchange for food.
In keeping with new health guidelines, the restaurant is only doing take-away meals and not accepting any volunteers at this time.
“If you can’t do what you do, do what you can!” the singer shares in an Insta post.
Bon Jovi’s community kitchens have distributed over 100,000 meals to people in need since opening their doors in 2011. And – fun fact, it was the singer’s wife Dorothea who came up with the idea to start the Soul Kitchens!