Jack Johnson—inspired musician, deeply committed environmentalist, and Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Environment Program—is partnering with the Ecology Center to raise funds for our programs! The Johnson Ohana Foundation will match your donation to the Ecology Center, dollar-for-dollar up to $2,500.
As part of Jack Johnson’s Meet the Moonlight tour, the Johnson Ohana Foundation is engaging people to take action for sustainable and equitable local food systems and plastic free initiatives. That’s why, once again this year, they are partnering with the Ecology Center to raise funds to support our community-based programs.
The Ecology Center has had an incredible influence in building local food systems, starting with running our local Berkeley Farmers’ Markets since 1987, to helping establish and expand statewide access to healthy food for low income communities since 2003, and training hundreds of California farmer’s market operators on best operating practices through the pandemic. Your donation will help us continue our work to strengthen and grow more sustainable and equitable local food systems.
At the heart of Jack Johnson’s work through the Ohana Foundation is a deep commitment to the environment and a driving force to protect it. That’s why Jack Johnson’s foundation has been a long-time supporter of our zero waste and plastic free initiatives. In recent years, the Ecology Center has helped pass zero waste and plastic free legislation at the local and state levels, while we continue to demonstrate and spread successful business models to other organizations and zero waste lifestyle practices to our local communities. Your donation will help us continue our work to spread the knowledge and increase the adoption of zero waste and plastic free solutions.
Please take advantage of this generous offer. Donate Today!
Find out more about the Jack Johnson Summer Tour and All At Once Campaign by clicking here: All At Once
In Jack Johnson’s latest release “Meet the Moonlight,” he shows us the soulful inspiration he takes from nature, as he celebrates the deep blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.
“You can meet the moonlight / Any night you really wanna / It’s waiting in your own backyard”