Singer-songwriter Jack Johnson has long been vocal about clean water, but since he joined The 5 Gyres Institute on the 2015 SEA Change Expedition to the North Atlantic Gyre, he has ramped up his activism. Earlier this year he released the film Smog of the Sea, chronicling his expedition and what he learned about plastic pollution.
And now he’s invited us at Trash Free Maryland to participate in his June 11 concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion! We’re thrilled for the opportunity to talk to his fans, but even more grateful for his generosity:
This summer, Jack’s Ohana Foundation is matching all donations to Trash Free Maryland, up to $2500. Can you help us meet this challenge? Your gifts will go twice as far to help us change behavior in Baltimore, show people how to sample for microplastics, and pass laws to reduce the use of single-use plastics.
And if you give in May, you’ll be entered to win a pair of tickets to his show! We’ll randomly select a name on June 1.
Click here to make a donation online. Thank you for your support!