Jon Bon Jovi foundation donates $500,000 to house homeless veterans

Jon Bon Jovi has done it again!

The legendary singer has proven once again that he has a heart of gold by putting smiles on the faces of those in need.

Reports say, his JBJ Soul Foundation has donated $500,000 for building a brand new apartment facility in Washington DC for homeless veterans.

In a CNN interview with Jake Tapper, the singer revealed his thoughts on the issue of struggling veterans, saying that they are often left to their own devices to deal with the PTSD developed during war days.

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

The Washington apartments have been in the making for about 10 years.

Jon Bon Jovi’s foundation also received help from nonprofit Help USA, whose aim is to combat the problem of homelessness in the United States.

The new facility will not just provide war veterans with cheap housing, but will also be offering various programs to help them get back on their feet.

And this isn’t the first time Jon Bon Jovi has shown he has a heart of gold. 

Last year he opened a third Soul Kitchen restaurant to feed the poor and hungry.

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