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.
In order to combat the dangers posed by improper disposal of monofilament fishing line, the "Stow It-Don't Throw It" Project was created to mobilize youth to create and distribute personal-sized monofilament recycling bins. These personal-sized bins were designed by scientists at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, FL. They are made out of recycled tennis ball cans.These bins are designed to serve as an intermediate step, for anglers and boaters to safely store their used fishing line until they can later dispose of it in a PVC pipe or indoor recycling bin provided by the Monofilament Recovery and Recycling Program.
To learn more about a non-profit partner, click on an organization name below to populate the Non-Profit Showcase on the left.