Jack Johnson’s upcoming concert at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach will be more than just entertainment for his fans, but also an avenue to raise awareness. As a former surfer, Johnson is especially passionate about environmental causes. His latest campaign All At Once is affectionately named as a “social action network” that advocates for sustainable local food systems and plastic-free initiatives all across the country. For each show, Johnson donates a portion of all concert proceeds to a local nonprofit in need. Johnson also has a matching program for the nonprofits through the Johnson Ohana Foundation.
Local non-profit, Resource Depot, whose mission aligns with keeping plastic and other harmful debris out of our oceans, has been selected as a benefitting partner for the Jack Johnson 2017 tour. Individuals are encouraged to donate to the cause by texting GIVERD to 71777. As a token of appreciation, each donor will be entered into a drawing to win two tickets to see Jack Johnson live at the Coral Sky Amphitheater on October 5th. (Visit http://www.resourcedepot.net for official contest rules.) This particular campaign will run through October 31st, in which all funds raised will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Foundation.
In honor of the campaign, Resource Depot has designed a photo backdrop resembling the image used for Jack Johnson’s new album, All the Light Above It Too, which depicts Johnson surrounded by beach trash. Concert-goers will have the chance to visit the Resource Depot booth on Thursday, October 5th from 6:00 pm – 8:45 pm.
Following the concert on October 28th, Resource Depot is hosting a special breakfast event at their facility located at 2510 Florida Avenue in West Palm Beach where patrons can catch a viewing of Jack Johnson’s new documentary, The Smog of the Sea. Breakfast will be provided by Whole Foods Market.
To learn more about the All At Once campaign, visit www.AllAtOnce.org. You can also follow the campaign on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For more information about Resource Depot, please visit http://www.resourcedepot.net or call 561.882.0090.