The JBJ Soul Foundation

Soul Kitchen

Community Restaurant

  • July 8, 2015

    Pay It Forward at Soul Kitchen

    Pay it Forward cards may be purchased with a donation of $20.00. Soul Kitchen is not a pay what you can or want model, we ask for a minimum donation of $10.00 per meal, this just about covers the cost of each individual meal. If you are having difficulty paying the $10 minimum we encourage you to volunteer. It helps us in our mission and it’s fun and rewarding. Our main objective is to feed people in need, and this is a help to many in crises and in tough economic times.
  • June 5, 2015

    Happy Are The Hands That Feed: Jeanne M.

    I have been a volunteer at JBJ Soul Kitchen for almost two years now and I can tell you what Soul Kitchen means to me. It is like no place I have ever been to. I am honored to volunteer and help out the community.
  • May 15, 2015

    World Hunger Awareness Day

    RED BANK – World Hunger Awareness Day is designed to shine a light on hunger around the world and in our own backyard. In Ocean and Monmouth County 131,000 people receive food from their local food bank. 51,000 of those people are children. More than 50% are working families.
  • May 7, 2015

    JBJ Soul Kitchen Volunteer Appreciation Party 2015

    RED BANK – JBJ Soul Kitchen Volunteer Appreciation Night was full of fun and picture taking. Our theme this year was VOLUNTEERS ARE PICTURE PERFECT complete with a photo booth where volunteers took turns posing for pictures together.
  • April 27, 2015

    FEMACorps Team Member Mixes It Up in Culinary Throwdown at Bon Jovi’s Soul Kitchen

    RED BANK, N.J.-Take some ground chicken, a little grape jelly, a bell pepper, an apple and a box of orzo , stir in a few spices and turn up the Jimi Hendrix music. Those were all the ingredients needed to serve up some fun with a serious purpose during a Chopped-style Culinary Throwdown between FEMACorps Eagle 5 team member Latoshia Jones and Chef Terrence Stewart of the JBJ Soul Kitchen restaurant on Saturday, April 11.
April 17, 2014

From Our Community

  • “As a foreclosure survivor, thank you for the courtesies and dignity you give to your guests.”
  • “Great idea, Great food”
  • “My husband is unemployed and not well, I am on dialysis, so this was such a pleasure.”
  • “Having lost my job a over a year ago, I appreciate a place to enjoy great food and nice people being on a very limited budget right now. Hope to see more Soul Kitchens in the NJ and NYC area in the future.”
  • “This was a wonderful experience. Very humbling and I am blessed to have this opportunity”