The Tournament Will Grant Proceeds to Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia,
Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation and Tiger Woods Foundation.
In addition to bringing exceptional golf to the Philadelphia area, the 2010 AT&T National will also make an impact on the community through its charitable endeavors. The tournament will work to raise funds and awareness for two youth-based organizations in the Philadelphia area, The Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia and The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation, as well as continue to support programs of the Tiger Woods Foundation.
Thank you for joining us for the Heart and Soul Volunteer Day!
The Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation and Heart of Camden would like to thank all of the wonderful volunteers who came out for the Heart & Soul Volunteer Day on Saturday, May 8th! With the help of close to 100 volunteers, we were able to demolish the interior of 5 homes simultaneously to help prepare them for renovation. The interior of Heart of Camden’s community theater also received a fresh coat of paint as well.
Rock star Jon Bon Jovi traded thousands of cheering fans Wednesday night for a quiet circle with a few kids Thursday afternoon.
The singer visited the Oasis Center, Nashville’s only shelter for homeless teens, as part of his effort to understand what he calls “the new face of homelessness in America.”
It’s a Friday night video shoot at the storied Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, and cavernous Soundstage E is rockin’.
Inside a tunnel of billowing white silk and flashing blue lights, Jon Bon Jovi lets loose on “Superman Tonight,” the Jersey boy’s paean to everyday heroes.
Off to the side, Bon Jovi’s longtime lead guitarist, Richie Sambora, watches on a monitor with two extras from Philadelphia. Back in the day, he tells the women, shoots like this were an excuse for blow-your-mind bacchanalia. “It was a lot more fun then,” he laments.
“But Richie, think of how far you’ve come,” one offers cheerily. “It’s Friday night and here you are, hanging out with a nun.”
Sambora answers Sister Mary Scullion with a howl.
CONYERS, GA – April 15, 2010 – On April 14, HomeAid Atlanta and Phoenix Pass dedicated a newly constructed apartment building and community center on the campus of Light House Village in Conyers. The complex will be operated by Phoenix Pass, a nonprofit organization, to provide long-term transitional housing for families, particularly women with children, who are experiencing temporary homelessness in the Conyers/Rockdale County community. Held at the site of the complex, the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony was a celebration of the completion of construction on the apartment building, which will provide the first transitional housing in Rockdale County.