Rockstar Bon Jovi donates $500,000 to build a living facility for homeless veterans

Nov 16, 2019 659

BY: Jake L.

Jon Bon Jovi dedicated his newest song “Unbroken” to honor veterans suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but his new single is not the last thing he did for the brave men who served our country. The Grammy Award-winning singer and philanthropist, through his JBJ Soul Foundation, donated $500,000 to help build the Walter Reed facility in Washington DC for the homeless veterans.

He spoke in CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Trapper,” Bon Jovi shared his insights on how soldiers must deal with the grim effects of war, even if it’s decades down the road. 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.”

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