Jon Bon Jovi donates $500,000 to build a home complex for homeless veterans in Washington DC

Jon Bon Jovi showed once again how incredible man he is.


Their service is honored by millions, but once they return home from deployment, many members of the military find themselves trapped in the “new reality” they face. Their home is the same as it has always been, but something in them changed forever and many have a hard time getting used to their life before their service.

Incredible Jon Bon Jovi is giving the veterans more than a thank you for everything they have done for our country. This amazingly devoted man who is well known for his charity work that helps change the life of many for the better is now stepping in for the homeless veterans.

The singer’s organization, JBJ Soul Foundation, has donated $500,000 to help build a new apartment complex for these people in Washington DC.

During an interview with Jake Tapper from CNN, Jon Bon Jovi spoke of the importance of helping the veterans who are often times left on their own. Many suffer from PTSD and have a hard time making ends meet.

“Life as you knew it is going to be different, and sometimes, people need that extra help,” he said.

The JBJ Soul Foundation along with Help USA are working towards solving the issue with the veterans who are left without a roof over their heads. The facility has been in the making for a decade and it can finally be finished. It won’t only offer housing, but also a host of programs that would help the veterans get their old life back.

Thank you Jon Bon Jovi for everything you do for the well-being of the community.