Jon Bon Jovi is not only a legendary singer but also has a big heart. His non-profit organization JBJ Soul Foundation has donated $500,000 build a new apartment facility in Washington, D.C. for homeless veterans. This was highlighted in a recent interview with Jake Tapper with the singer on CNN.
Bon Jovi said, “Oftentimes, [veterans] left to deal with PTSD [Post Traumatic Stress Disorder] and the issue of coming back to the workplace after leaving the battlefield…Life as you knew it is going to be different, and sometimes, people need that extra help.”
The facility has already opened and will support homeless vets in getting them back on their feet with various programs and a place they can call home. The homeless vets facility’s opening coincides with the release of Bon Jovi’s song “Unbroken,” which looks into PTSD and how service dogs are changing lives.
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