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Jack Johnson Announces Donation up to $70,000 for Gulf Oil Spill Relief
[August 06, 2010]

Jack Johnson Announces Donation up to $70,000 for Gulf Oil Spill Relief

HONOLULU, HI, Aug 06, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- In the wake of the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill, Jack Johnson announces his support of Gulf Oil Spill recovery efforts. Johnson is due to embark on the second leg of his "To The Sea" tour, which begins on August 13th in Salt Lake City, Utah, and continues on to Texas and through the south to Florida. Many stops on the tour will be in areas directly affected by the Gulf Oil Spill.

As part of the All At Once campaign, Johnson's "To The Sea" tour is partnering with local and national non-profits in areas affected by the Gulf Oil Spill to encourage volunteerism and direct donations.

These groups will be featured at Fans can learn more first-hand in the Village Green at Jack Johnson concerts taking place in areas affected by the Gulf Oil Spill.

In addition, Johnson's newest charity, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, is committing up to $70,000 to the All At Once non-profit partners working on Gulf Oil Spill relief efforts, with $30,000 in direct donations and up to $40,000 in matching grants.

Key All At Once non-profit partners working in the region include Gulf Waterkeepers, Gulf Restoration Network, Louisiana Bucket Brigade, Ocean Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation, Surfrider Foundation, Galveston Bay Foundation, and Tampa Bay Watch. Donations to these groups will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation (up to $2500 per group).

Now through August 9th, Jack Johnson will be auctioning off prime seats to his August shows via TicketMaster with all auction proceeds going directly to the All At Once non-profit partners working on relief efforts in the Gulf.

Johnson is also encouraging his Gulf Coast fans to report the oil spill impacts that they witness first hand. All At Once non-profit partners Ocean Conservancy and Surfrider Foundation have collaborated with CitySourced to develop the SkyTruth Oil Spill Reporter -- a free smart phone application that empowers Gulf Coast residents to snap and tag photos of oil on the land, in the water, and affected wildlife. These citizen reports help prioritize clean-up efforts and document the extent of the spill for policy makers and the public. In addition to the non-profit partners working on Gulf Oil Spill relief projects, Johnson's 2010 To The Sea World Tour is collaborating with over 150 hand-chosen community groups around the globe as part of Johnson's All At Once Community. This year's All At Once campaign is focusing on supporting non-profit groups and engaging fans in plastic free initiatives and sustainable local food systems. As in 2008, Jack Johnson will donate 100% of his 2010 tour proceeds to charity.

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Jack Johnson's upcoming US Tour dates are as follows: 8/13 Salt Lake City, UT USANA Amphitheatre 8/14 Mile High Music Festival Denver, Colorado 8/16 Bonner Springs, KS Sandstone Amphitheater 8/17 Dallas, TX Center 8/18 The Woodlands, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion 8/20 Atlanta, GA Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood 8/21 Raleigh, NC Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek 8/22 Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte 8/24 Orlando, FL Amway Arena 8/25 Tampa, FL Ford Amphitheatre 8/26 West Palm Beach, FL Cruzan Amphitheatre 10/1 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place 10/2 George, WA The Gorge Amphitheatre 10/3 Ridgefield, WA The Amphitheater at Clark County 10/5 Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre - Berkeley 10/6 Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre - Berkeley 10/8 Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Bowl (SOLD OUT) 10/9 Chula Vista, CA Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre 10/10 Phoenix, AZ Cricket Wireless Pavilion 10/12 Irvine, CA Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 10/13 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl (SOLD OUT) 10/14 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl (SOLD OUT) Key All At Once non-profit partners working in the Gulf include: Gulf Waterkeepers: "Save Our Gulf" is an initiative by Waterkeeper Alliance to support the Gulf Waterkeepers working to protect the Gulf Coast's communities and environment from the long-term impacts of the BP oil spill. The Gulf Waterkeepers include 7 Waterkeepers in impacted areas of Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida. Gulf Restoration Network: The Gulf Restoration Network is committed to uniting and empowering people to protect and restore the natural resources of the Gulf Region. They are working directly with the community and several other environmental organizations to respond to the oil spill through monitoring and clean up efforts. Louisiana Bucket Brigade: The Louisiana Bucket Brigade is an environmental health and justice organization helping communities reduce pollution and protect public health. As the oil spill drifts towards land, residents of the Gulf Coast can report endangered wildlife, oily beaches and water, health impacts and other problems using the Oil Spill Crisis Map. Ocean Conservancy: Ocean Conservancy is on the ground in the Gulf helping guide the restoration efforts, conducting "pre-oil arrival" beach clean-ups, and working with communities whose livelihoods have been affected. They are also working for energy reform legislation that protects the ocean and prevents a similar disaster from occurring in the future. National Wildlife Federation: NWF is organizing a network of volunteers to monitor the coast for wildlife in distress. They have established a Restoration Fund to support efforts to protect wildlife. They also have created a website for kids and parents to answer questions about the oil spill. Surfrider Foundation: Surfrider's Not the Answer campaign promotes "5 Things You Can Do" to take action including support of a moratorium on off-shore oil drilling, volunteering, documenting the spill, and support of alternative energy. Galveston Bay Foundation (Texas): The Galveston Bay Foundation remains on standby to provide volunteer help in the case of any local impacts from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They are collecting names and information for volunteers who may assist in the recovery process. Tampa Bay Watch (Florida): Tampa Bay Watch is recruiting volunteers to assist in pre-beach cleaning, oil boom deployment and transporting wildlife to rehabilitation centers. For Jack Johnson PR inquiries, please contact: Fresh and Clean Media 310.313.7200 Shelby Meade Email Contact Brittany Pearce Email Contact SOURCE: Universal Republic

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