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.

The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation was founded by Jack and Kim Johnson to support environmental, art, and music education worldwide.

Leading up to Earth Day on April 22, the Foundation aims to leverage community support for classroom projects, and to encourage environmental stewardship through youth activities focused on recycling, waste reduction, and creative “upcycling” and plastic-free initiatives.

The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation will fund 50% of qualifying waste reduction and plastic-free projects, but only if people like you help contribute the rest. Starting April 1, every donation made to these classrooms will have double the impact! Learn more and view selected classroom projects at www.donorschoose.org/EarthDay2014.

Source: JackJohnsonMusic.com

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