Bon Jovi Brings Non-Profit Restaurant To Rutgers University
The struggles of being in college are always about having little to no money. A huge percentage of college students always say that they are "broke." Bon Jovi is trying to help with those struggles.
According to NJ.com, Bon Jovi and his good friend Phil Murphy, the governor of New Jersey, are helping the students at Rutgers University - Newark campus with a “community restaurant.” The restaurant, JBJ Soul Kitchen, is located at Paul Robeson Campus Center at the university.
This is the first non-profit restaurant that is at a college campus but not the first one that Bon Jovi has opened, according to NJ.com. The other non-profit locations are in Red Bank and Toms River.
There are a lot of great things coming from the JBJ Soul Kitchen. It was mentioned on NJ.com that food on the menu doesn't have a price but students are encouraged to make a $12 donation. If by any chance you can not make the $12 donation you are able to volunteer at the restaurant or on campus.