Since 2008, as part of the All At Once campaign, Jack Johnson’s tours have collaborated with over 400 community groups worldwide focusing on plastic free initiatives, sustainable local food systems, and other hands-on environmental projects. The Johnson Ohana Foundation provides direct and matching donations to support these partners, and has donated over $4 million since it was founded. You can support All At Once non-profits in your community by becoming a member, signing up to volunteer, or making a donation. Donations to the Johnson Ohana Foundation will help support All At Once Non-Profit Partners near each concert, working on environmental projects to benefit local communities. To make a direct donation to a particular group, please visit their website. To learn more about these organizations you can search by concert date, location, or area of interest below.
Now in its 31th year, Rock and Wrap It Up! (RWU) is an award-winning anti-poverty think tank. We research, discover and nurture potential sources willing to share renewable assets. Our donors include touring bands, educational institutions, the hospitality industry, professional sports teams, gaming parlors, hospitals and TV/film shoots throughout North America. Our name was derived from our first sector: recovering from touring bands backstage catering. We find and vet partner agencies that need and can share these resources with the poor. We write and help pass legislation on the federal and state level to increase the donated food supply. We encourage the use of the Whole Earth Calculator application to access total pounds of food conversion to meals, water saved, greenhouse gas emission reduction which can be sent to social media sites. We strive to inspire our school partners to add Whole Earth Calculator Climate Literacy Lesson Plans to their academic studies, thereby enabling students to connect their actions to the reduction of poverty and carbon footprints. Our Hannah’s Project Initiative raises awareness and encourages the collection of feminine hygiene products for at-risk women and teens. The Andrew J. Parise Veterans Toolkit is our initiative to get our databases of pantries/soup kitchens, vet-friendly colleges and employers into the hands of care-givers and agencies who support at-risk veteran and their families. We started the Veteran Farmers Market, with Trader Joe’s, Target and Costco, to help our senior veterans reduce the exposure to Covid- 19 by having safe markets to get food. We fed over 1,000,000 during the Covid 19 pandemic. All our partners are protected by the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Act (Pub. L. No 104-210, 110 Stat. 3011(1996) if safe food handling is used. RWU wrote the Federal Food Donation Act of 2008 (Pul. L. 110-247 122 Stat. 2314(2008) The Act encourages federal buildings to donate food from their restaurants, cafeterias and from outside rentals to feed our nation’s hungry. With the help of RWU, TN and NY are the first states to pass state food recovery acts. Through RWU, more than one billion meals have been recovered since 1991. Recognized by the White House with a Point of Light Award and recipients of numerous EPA distinctions, we strive to re-earn these honors every day.
To learn more about a non-profit partner, click on an organization name below to populate the Non-Profit Showcase on the left.