Jon Bon Jovi Helping Feed Hungry College Students

"Find Your Good And Do It" And Jon Bon Jovi is. He's opening his third "Soul Kitchen" in his hometown Newark campus of Rutgers University. “When you send your kids off to school, you don’t think about, after tuition, books, living, what’s left for food?” Jon tells CBS News “And so few are on meal plans to begin with. And that’s another reason why they’re eating ramen noodles. We all think it’s the rite of passage – to study hard and eat the ramen noodles. But how about if it’s the only thing you can afford?”

Menus for the farm-to-table restaurant don't have prices. You pay what you an afford or volunteer for your meal.

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