We are humbled to announce that Sustainable Coastlines is once again teaming up with Hawaiian music legend Jack Johnson, this time for his 2013 ‘From Here To Now To You’ Tour. Johnson — who incredibly donates 100% of world tour profits to local charities — worked with us during his 2010 ‘To The Sea’ Tour and has once again chosen Sustainable Coastlines as an official non-profit guest for the New Zealand leg of this year’s tour.
In the lead-up to the tour we will be running a clean-up of West Auckland’s Piha Beach on Sunday 1 December, as well as spreading our educational message at his Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 December Auckland concerts.
On top of all this, every dollar that we raise through donations during Johnson’s tour will be matched by his own non-profit: the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. So please make a contribution to our cause to double your donation! All proceeds go towards our work to look after the coastlines we all love.
How you can get involved
- Participate in our pre-concert clean-up on Sunday 1 December at West Auckland’s Piha Beach. All participants will be in to win a double ticket to Jack Johnson’s Tuesday 3 December concert.
- Visit us at the show. We will be at Jack Johnson’s concerts in Auckland on Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 December at the ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre. Come and visit our stall, see how you can get involved in our work, and enter to win an ukulele signed by Jack Johnson.
- Help us raise funds. Jack Johnson’s charity is matching donations contributed to us at the show or directly to our organisation through to December the 31st (Up to a total of $2500 US). Make a contribution right now and your money will be doubled by the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation!
- Explore All At Once, Johnson’s social action network connecting non-profits with people who want to become active in their local and world community. All At Once comes to life online here 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.