by Rebecca Carter
Categories: Causes, Home.

Bill Clinton & Jon Bon Jovi= The Super Homeless Advocates.

The rocker Jon Bon Jovi, former president Bill Clinton, and nun Sister Mary Scullion joined together on Friday in Philly to support Project H.O.M.E.

Project H.O.M.E. was launching their latest housing-development plan, Eco-Friendly Housing. They have teamed up with a bunch of sponsors and organizations including Habitat for Humanity, to build 15 eco-homes in Philadelphia (location).

The article notes: Clinton praised the initiative and Bon Jovi, calling him “a genuine patriotic American.”

Philidelphia Inquirer via Hugg

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Rebecca Carter is the Co-Founder of Ecorazzi. Rebecca was recently featured in the book Hot, Rich, and Green. She is one of 70 eco-achievers featured in Glamour magazine in April 2009, named Best of Green 2010 by Miami Magazine and Best Environmentalist by Miami New Times Best of 2008. She's raising a couple of little boys in Miami and speaks English & Spanish. Find out more at www.RebeccaCarter.net. Follow Rebecca on Twitter: @rebeccacarter

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  • http://thescanner.org Mari

    Hi! I was at Bon Jovi’s tour in Hull, England, which was great! I’m a keen phototographer and took my camara along, I got some awsome pictures. I had a look at Bon Jovi’s official website to have a look at their tour pics, but could not see any of Hull’s gig. So I was wondering how I could get my pictures out there to show everyone! Might be a little cheeky however these pictures need to be seen by some Bon Jovi fans! Also by Bon Jovi themselves, I’m sure they would love them!! Can you help?
    Thanks
    P.S one other quick question! How do you get back stage tickets?! You know at the gig’s when you see the people actually on either side of the stage? How do they get there?!!

  • http://www.italymedia.it ufficio stampa

    Omaggio a Bon Jovi

    Sarà il giornalista Antonello de Pierro, direttore di Italymedia.it e noto conduttore radiofonico di Radio Roma a presentare sabato 17 marzo 2007 presso Stazione Birra a Morena (Roma) alle ore 22.00, con l’esibizione degli Shock Rock Band: http://www.shockrockband.com (official italian Bon Jovi Tribute), il Bon Jovi celebration, per festeggiare insieme a tutti i fans + di 20 anni di carriera della straordinaria band americana che ancora richiama migliaia di persone sugli spalti provocando emozioni Il gruppo piacentino chiama a raccolta tutti i fans del cowboy del New Jersey per una serata tributo, evento unico nel suo genere per unire i supporter bonjoviani della capitale e di tutta Italia. Il locale, rinomato palcoscenico romano x live performance, verra’ allestito a tema e dedicherà l’intera serata live al Bon Jovi Celebration, in attesa del nuovo album previsto per la primavera, seguira’ discoteca per coloro che vorranno trattenersi. Consigliato look country e tanto entusiasmo e partecipazione!!

    costo del biglietto € 5,00 compresa consumazione e proseguimento della serata.

    per prenotare la propria partecipazione scrivere a : bonjovicelebration@gmail.com oppure chiamare al 3343861171.