Chefs become 'homeless' to call awareness to youth crisis

ASBURY PARK — Two New Jersey chefs shunned the comforts of their kitchen and their homes in favor of cardboard boxes to draw attention to the plight of homeless youth in the state.

Known for their philanthropy as much as for their culinary creations, Marilyn Schlossbach and Joe Leone Introna are spending up to three days living in cardboard boxes on the Asbury Park boardwalk to help raise money for a transitional housing project for homeless young men in the city.

And when they do return home, they hope it’s after they’ve inspired enough people to take action against a plague …read more

Source: NJ.com Monmouth

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