JBJ Soul Kitchen in Toms River offers free meals for kids in August

The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Kitchen does so many good things for the community and it’s a big part of the Toms River area that it serves here in Ocean County. Providing meals to those in need and providing a platform for residents to give back to the community.

“A community restaurant is a place where individuals or families can come and eat a delicious farm-to-table meal in a warm, welcoming setting and meet our neighbors.” ~ JBJ Soul Kitchen

According to a recent Patch article The JBJ Soul Kitchen is offering FREE Kids Meals for kids under 12. Bring your kids to JBJ Soul Kitchen in Toms River in August for a delicious free kids meal.

Also in August, the JBJ Soul Kitchen will be offering FREE health screenings on August 10 from noon to 2 p.m. Screenings include blood pressure screening, medication management, stroke risk management, and health education. Screenings are provided by the Ocean County Health Department.

You can also join the JBJ Soul Kitchen in Toms River for their monthly all-you-can-eat barbecue on August 20 from 5-7 p.m. It looks tasty and fun.

Check the JBJ Soul Kitchen website for more information and upcoming events here at Toms River.

“We encourage our customers to make changes by making a suggested donation for their meal. JBJ Soul Kitchen offers a Pay It Forward program where every additional $20 donation provides meals for those who cannot donate.”

The JBJ Soul Kitchen is located at 1769 Hooper Avenue Toms River, NJ 08753

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