Jack Johnson's Ohana Charitable Foundation will match donations (up to $2500) to the School Food Initiative through November 1.

Jack Johnson’s Ohana Charitable Foundation will match donations (up to $2500) to the School Food Initiative through November 1.

The Orfalea Foundation School Food Initiative is teaming up with Jack Johnson on his 2013 From Here To Now To You tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting nonprofits with people who want to become active in their local and world community. All At Once comes to life online at www.AllAtOnce.org and at the Jack Johnson concerts where you can get educated, get inspired, and connect face-to-face with us and other local and national non-profits. All At Once promotes sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives.

 

The School Food Initiative supports Rethink the Drink, which installs water refill stations at schools to eliminate single-use plastic bottles.

The School Food Initiative supports Rethink the Drink, which installs water refill stations at schools to eliminate single-use plastic bottles like these.

HOW YOU CAN TAKE ACTION!

  1. Explore All At OnceVisit www.AllAtOnce.org to check out what you can do before, during, and after the show to get involved.
  2. Visit us at the show! The School Food Initiative will be at Jack Johnson’s concert in Santa Barbara on October 20. Please come visit us, take environmental action, and enter to win an ukulele signed by Jack Johnson! 
  3. Help us raise funds!  Jack Johnson’s charity is matching donations contributed to the School Food Initiative at the show or directly to our organization through November 1st (Up to a total of $2500).  Make a contribution right now and your money will be doubled by the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation!  Learn more about the School Food Initiative’s work HERE.

Collectively, individual actions create global change. Your actions, your voice, and your choices, all have a huge impact. www.AllAtOnce.org 


Return of the Abominable Tray Man! Join our Chef Instructors at Jack Johnson's October 20 concert in Santa Barbara to learn how much waste we can reduce by switching schools from styrofoam to durable trays. Return of the Abominable Tray Man! Join our Chef Instructors at Jack Johnson’s October 20 concert in Santa Barbara to learn how much waste we can reduce by switching schools from styrofoam to durable trays.

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