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Jon Bon Jovi Foundation Feeds Those in Need During Blistering Heat Wave

TOMS RIVER-The heat index this weekend was well over 100 degrees, but Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer and a delegate of public officials were on hand to help out rockstar Jon Bob Jovi’s community charity venture, JBJ’s Soul Kitchen.

Toms River MUA Director Robert DiBiase.

Joining Billhimer was Toms River Councilwoman Maria Maruca and Toms River MUA Director Robert DiBiase.

“Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer volunteered as a guest host at the JBJ Soul Kitchen in Toms River. The Soul Kitchen is a non-profit community restaurant run by the Jon Bon Jovi Foundation. The Soul Kitchen serves fresh, farm to table meals to in-need and paying customers. Thank you to everyone that came out to support the Soul Kitchen! For more information or to volunteer please visitwww.JBJSoulKitchen.org.” the prosecutor’s office said.

JBJ Soul Kitchen is a non-profit Community Restaurant, run by the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, that serves paying and in-need customers.

“It is a community restaurant where individuals or families can come to eat a delicious farm-to-table meal in a warm, welcoming setting and meet our neighbors,” JBJ Soul Kitchen states. “For those that need to volunteer in order to provide a meal for themselves and/or their families, JBJ Soul Kitchen will always have an opportunity open for you. Please come to the restaurant during our hours of operation or email us at info@jbjsoulkitchen.org.”

 

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