The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation is a non-profit public charity founded in 2008 by Jack and Kim Johnson to promote positive and lasting change within communities by supporting organizations that focus on environmental, art, and music education.
SEEDS (Durham, NC) - The DIG program empowers teens by teaching organic gardening, business practices, and healthy food choices.
Art From Scrap (Santa Barbara, CA) - provides the community with a Green Schools environmental education program, an Arts Center, and a Reuse retail store.
ARTS (San Diego, CA) - The ARTS' Danny Riley Music program provides the opportunity for at-risk youth and youth facing terminal or chronic illness to engage in, and express themselves through music.
Nature Consortium (Seattle, WA) - Through an Urban Forest Restoration Project and a Youth Art Program, the Nature Consortium connects people, arts and nature.
Kokua Hawai'i Foundation (O'ahu, Hawai'i) - The ‘AINA IS farm to school program aims to connect children to where their food comes from.
Groundswell Community Mural Project (Brooklyn, NY) - Groundswell brings youth, artists and community groups together to create public art in New York City neighborhoods.
Little Kids Rock (Montclair, New Jersey) - An award-winning program dedicated to restoring and revitalizing music education, particularly in low-income schools.
Ocean Discovery Institute (San Diego, CA) - The Ocean Science Explorers Initiative engages urban youth in hands-on activities and service learning projects.
To celebrate Earth Day 2014, Jack Johnson's Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation will match up to $25,000 in donations to “green” classroom projects on DonorsChoose.org, an online charity that makes it easy to support public school students in need.
Projects qualifying for this offer focus on reducing waste and single-use plastics in schools and communities across the country.
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